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By Joeynator3000
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#351838
So not too long ago in my other thread I talked about some plants that came along with the main plants, one of them was a Sundew of some kind next to my red dragon. As for my Cape Sundew, I THINK it's a Bladderwort...? Anyways...

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This was a pain to take because of the flower's size and my phone didn't want to focus on it, pretty sure this a Bladderwort. No idea if I should keep it or help it spread around/repot it...what do you guys think?

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A MUCH better view of the Sundew that popped up next to my dragon, some of you guys were pretty sure it was a certain species, now you can be 100% certain. lol

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Way too early, but I figured why not? If anything new pops up I'll get a new pic.
By Benny
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#352831
If you are wondering what utric you have, I think it is a u. poconesis.
I remember seeing it on the species guessing game.
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By Joeynator3000
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#352868
Didn't think I'd get more replies here. lol
Anyways yeah I think that'll be the best pic I can do there, but yeah the flower is always white.

Guess I'll look this one up, then.
EDIT: Never mind, I suck at searching, only site I could pull up is wikipedia....and it says it's an aquatic? Which wouldn't make sense here...

Bleh, Savage Garden has nothing either...
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By Joeynator3000
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#352875
Eh, mine seems more...orchid-ish...? Maybe it's the angle there...
I dunno, only thing I could find is that those are aquatic...which wouldn't make sense here since it's growing in soil. xD
By Benny
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#352880
Well, your source is Wikipedia. They have literally 2 sentences on them. And someone who never owned a CP could have written that up.

Your best bet to find what it is is to post on the CP identification forum.
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By Joeynator3000
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#352889
Flower does seem similar...according to one of the sites they're large, though. Mine is tiny. >.<
EDIT: I think I found it, utricularia bisquamata.
Seems like the flower can also be purplish/blue as well as white, which is what I have. But yeah it looks exactly like the one I got.
By twitcher
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#356292
based on my purchases from a few different vendors, hitch-hiker Utrics have invariably been bisquamata. Can't guarantee it, but its a good place to start when hunting for an ID.
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