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By Eventerminator
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Hello,

I've managed to identify a Drosera Binata seedling and quite possibly some Drosera Spatulata seedlings as free loaders from a pot of Sarracenia that I bought a few months ago. There is just one plant however that I have not been able to identify. It looks like small grass.
Possible Utricularia
Possible Utricularia
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Could it be some kind of Utricularia. I haven't seen it flower yet so I can't identify it as well.

Thanks!
By twitcher
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A lot of terrestrial Utricularia look like this. Be cautious of assigning an ID. Although bisquamata is undoubtedly the most common and hence most likely, I would urge caution until flowers, and then be careful. (Sorry Dean)
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By ChefDean
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twitcher wrote: Tue Jul 06, 2021 1:01 pm A lot of terrestrial Utricularia look like this. Be cautious of assigning an ID. Although bisquamata is undoubtedly the most common and hence most likely, I would urge caution until flowers, and then be careful. (Sorry Dean)
No need to apologize, you're absolutely right. My Utric experience is limited, so I'm going off of having grown only four types. Waiting for a flower is definitely the best suggestion.

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