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    A few shot of my collection

    Hello everyone! Here is some of my plants hope you like.

    Cephalotus


    D. capensis wide leaf


    D. sessilifolia


    D.Burmannii


    D.Pulchella


    U.Longifolia


    U.Fulva


    U.Lavida


    U.Calycifida


    U.Sandersonii


    N.Ventricosa ?


    N.Lady Luck


    p. gigantea(just came in today)


    p. esseriana
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    I think your burmannii might be sessilifolia.

    Other than that nice collection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raistlarn View Post
    I think your burmannii might be sessilifolia.

    Other than that nice collection.

    They came marked as Burmannii however I couldn't see any difference in the two pots. I thought it was just one of those things you had to count this and mesher that.

    But thank you.
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    The plants now marked as sessilifolia I'd bet are at best hybrids, considering the leaf shape they have; I'm rather suspicious of most of the plants labeled as such however in cultivation, since there are known burmannii hybrids and sessilifolia collections have been sporadic at best.
    Also, you have U. sandersonii labeled as U. sessilifolia (which doesn't exist).
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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    The plants now marked as sessilifolia I'd bet are at best hybrids, considering the leaf shape they have; I'm rather suspicious of most of the plants labeled as such however in cultivation, since there are known burmannii hybrids and sessilifolia collections have been sporadic at best.
    Also, you have U. sandersonii labeled as U. sessilifolia (which doesn't exist).

    Thanks for the info on the sundews and now I'm a bit embarrassed on such a bad tipeo. Thanks for pointing it out.
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    You have a nice collection of Utricularia!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanukimo View Post
    You have a nice collection of Utricularia!
    Thank you!
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    Talking

    I think that your Nepenthes "ventricosa" is actually a ventrata, but close enough! They do start with "V"

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