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By Sakaaaaa
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#287848
I found this plant growing around the roots of my Taro plant (Colocasia esculenta) in my pond. I first thought that this was just a wild pond plant trying to sprout back after I pulled it out, but it stayed small, so a thought came across my mind that it was wild utricularia. I checked, the roots, no visible traps. But, I have read that a few utrics have no visible traps. If this is not an utric please ID it, I would like to know. I have 2 pictures, roots and colony.
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