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By Gary
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This apparently came as a hitchhiker with my Sarr back in March. I've tried to find it on PlantNet but no luck. I can't be sure if those little brown balls are seed or spore pods. There is some moss growing in the pot so they could be related. There are both brown and green stems coming up from the moss. Thanks to all.
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By Bluefire
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Looks like you've got some variety of bladderwort in there. Careful, those seed pods will spread little seeds into every adjacent pot. Soon you may have a forest of them.
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By MikeB
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The most likely species is Utricularia subulata, extremely wide-spread. If the flowers actually open for you (mine never do, or at least I've never seen them), they're bright yellow and very pretty.
By Gary
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Cool, that's sure looks like it! The only pot that has them is the one with the Sarr. I have a 14" bog planter with a couple of vfts in it that need some company. And nope, haven't seen any flowers yet.

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