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By Ragnarok
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There seems to be a drifter growing next to my cape sundew. It has a tall yellow flower but I cannot identify it. Could it be a utricularia? I know the photo isn´t the best but photography isn´t my cup of tea and my phone is mostly for calling.

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By Ragnarok
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ChefDean wrote:Utricularia bismaquata.
Oh really? Wow, my first utricularia Image
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By ChefDean
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Shadowtski wrote: Sat Dec 24, 2022 3:41 pm I would vote for Utriculaia subulata because it looks completely Yellow.
Bisquamata usually has some whitish or light purplish, blue-ish, or lavenderish coloring in the flower.
Just my 02¢ worth.
Dang it! I was thinking subulata, but bismaquata got typed. That's what I get when I'm surfing the forums while prepping two dinners and assembling baklava. Maybe I should limit my multitasking to one subject.
Yes, more likely subulata, my mistake.
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By Intheswamp
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Wait a while and you should have more. Mine never bloomed like yours has. Pretty flower!

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