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By Lyra
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Resently, this has been growing with my D. capillaries. Is this a Utricularia, if yes what kind?

Thank you for the help.
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By Joshuamarshall792
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Nepenthes0260 wrote:Yes, those appear to be old utric blooms. My guess is U. bisquamata. Do you have a pic of the leaves?
They a gotta be extremely small if anything

snap em up!!!

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By Nepenthes0260
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Joshuamarshall792 wrote:
Nepenthes0260 wrote:Yes, those appear to be old utric blooms. My guess is U. bisquamata. Do you have a pic of the leaves?
They a gotta be extremely small if anything

snap em up!!!
Usually U. bisquamata leaves look like flattened grass lol.
By Lyra
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They are extremely small. Here are some Pic.

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I forgot to add the pictures.
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