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  1. HaosKitsune

    Utricularia parthenopipes care?

    Hai everyone! I recently got an U. Parthenopipes (as a 2x2 soil block weaved by the plant) as a gift, however I didn't able to find any description about it's care anywhere, do anyone has experience growing this plant or anyone has a care guide/sheet about this one ? I'm currently keeping it in...
  2. R

    WTB: WTB Terrestrial and Epiphytic Utricularia

    WTB: WTB Terrestrial and Epiphytic Utricularia WTB Utricularia parthenopipes Also looking to purchase Utricularia asplundii , Utricularia endresii, and/or any hybrid form of epiphytic Utricularia. List Date: 7/10/2016 For more info, click here to view the original listing: WTB: WTB...
  3. T

    Loss of Foliage

    Does anyone have experience growing Utricularia blanchetti before? I received some a few months ago and it was in bloom, but now I can't find any stolons on the clump of moss it used to be in. Has this happened to anyone before? I read on Barry Rice's FAQ that this happens, but I would like some...
  4. Werdna

    Genlisea aurea and margaretae for Research

    I am working with a researcher at the University of Arizona who is studying carnivorous plant genomes. He is particularly interested in plants with the smallest genomes and Genlisea aurea and margaretae are at the top of his list. It is difficult to obtain much test material because these plants...
  5. erick

    erick gronwlist nov 2011

    - Aldrovanda vesiculosa - Dionaea muscipula (Venus Atrapamoscas) - Droseras: * Aliciae * Anglica * Binata * Capensis (red) * Capensis alba * Rotundifolia * Scorpioides * Filiformis * Neo-caledonica * Adelae * Prolifera * Dielsiana * Burmanni(red) * Burmanni(alba) * intermedia * Pygmea *...
  6. RL7836

    Seed set in small utrics

    Over the past few months, I've acquired several species of small Utrics. Because I'd like to collect seed where possible and also want to avoid having unwanted seed scattered among other species pots - I would like information on the pollination requirements for different species. I'll start by...
  7. G

    Guillaume's growlist

    Hi Here are the carnivorous plants I grow: Darlingtonia californica Heliamphora tateii var neblinae Heliamphora minor(akopan) Heliamphora hispida Heliamphora chimantensis Heliamphora nutans(forme geante) Heliamphora heterodoxa (patari) Heliamphora folliculata Heliamphora ionasii...
  8. R

    Looking for Utricularia's I don't Already have.

    Hi, I'm looking for Utricularia's not on my growlist, however I'm not interested in the suspeneded aquatics. I took a quick look around and these are the ones I have potted up and growing, some are smaller than others but they should all ship just fine. Feel free to ask about other stuff on...
  9. tael

    u. parthenopipes

    Hi everyone! I'm really sorry if there's a thread about this already, but I tried doing a search and couldn't find anything regarding whether u. parthenopipes is an annual or not. I was wondering if anyone here might know? I tried doing a google search and Wikipedia says it is, but I'm not sure...
  10. DroseraBug

    What Utric is This?

    Bob's photofinder suggests that possibly all utrics labeled as U. parthenopipes may really be U. blanchetii. So which one is this? Does a U. parthenopipes really exist?
  11. Cindy

    How do I flower these Utrics?

    Anyone with tips to flower these Utrics? I need help because Singapore has a 12-hour photoperiod year round. Please let me know if I need to cut down or up the hours. I can't change the climate but I can shade the plants or put them under FL. :D U. bisquamata U. dichotoma U. livida U...
  12. Cindy

    New Utrics - need your input

    I got the following via trade this week. :boogie: U. longifolia U. calycifida U. reticulata U. striatula U. bisquamata U. livida U. praelonga U. subulata U. parthenopipes U. dichotoma Just a question...they are all potted up in peat and sand, 1:1 mix...is there any particular ones which...
  13. Jefforever

    Jeff's Updated 2-12-07

    Jeff's Updated Growlist Utricularia: Orchidioides: Alpina "Pitter Moon Form" - Pyro Alpina - Pyro Alpina - Crystal --> Colieo Asplundii - Ice Dragon Quelchii "Mount Wei" - Jeff Quelchii x Humboldtii - Jeff Quelchii x Praetermissa - Jeff Iperua: Humboldtii - Rattler_mt Nelumbifolia - Jeff...
  14. G

    Ok, Final batch of trade items

    For Trade: Pinguicula 'l'hautil' ~ 1" diameter Pinguicula 'Mola' ~ 2-3" diameter x3 Pinguicula emarginata ~ 1/2" Utricularia livida - I could easily trade off 15 1" plugs Utricularia praelonga - enough for 1 or 2 decent plugs Utricularia longifolia - again could do 1 or 2 plugs Utricularia...
  15. S

    Seans growlist-

    Here is my latest growlist- South African Drosera Drosera admirabilis Drosera admirabilis 'Ceres, RSA' Drosera admirabilis 'Palmiet River, RSA' Drosera admirabilis 'seed from holotype' Drosera affinis 'Namibia' Drosera aliciae Drosera burkeana Drosera capensis 'Mini Red' Drosera capensis...
  16. E

    Blanchetii and parthenopipes

    O.K another question about utrics... Are parthenopipes and blachetii the same species? When looking for info on cultivation I often see these two listed as synonyms. I don't have blanchetii but my parthenopipes flower is white and the scrape is long. The pics of blanchetti I've found look...
  17. kayaker78

    My growlist

    I know that there is another thread going on growlists but I thought It would be nice to get one going on just Utrics! Hope no one minds Utricularia- Available for trade? arenaria Limited asplundii No bifida No bisquamata...
  18. D

    Utric pics

    Some pics of utrics. Just for kicks. U. multifida The white cultivar of U. calycifida (can't remember the official name) U. odorata U. nephrophylla The white clone of U. blanchetii that looks similar to U. parthenopipes.