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By Lyra
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#352330
hungry carnivores wrote:U. Vulgaris?
No. But on the right track.

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By Lyra
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#352331
Panman wrote:S. alabamensis
Johns Flytraps wrote:Nepenthes Rajah?

It was discovered in 2011 and is the largest pitcher plant in the world.
No. You guys are getting colder.
Here are the clues

Native to Bolivia
Large, but not in the way you think
Utricularia, if you haven't figured it out yet.


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By Lyra
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#352338
sanguinearocks101 wrote:utricularia biceps?
No
hungry carnivores wrote:U. Jamesoniana? huge flower to plant ratio.
And no.

Maybe large wasn't a good clue. Here a picture of the flower.

Good luck everyone. Image

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By hungry carnivores
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Joined:  Sun Apr 05, 2020 7:31 am
#352341
You never said it was aquatic :o

My last guess: U. Poconensis? Seem like a Longshot but ya never know.
By Lyra
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#352343
hungry carnivores wrote:You never said it was aquatic :o

My last guess: U. Poconensis? Seem like a Longshot but ya never know.
And
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You are Correct. Glad you gave it one more shot.

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By hungry carnivores
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Joined:  Sun Apr 05, 2020 7:31 am
#352345
Thanks to Lyra for hosting this fun game. Now, it's my turn.

First clue:

Kangaroos.
By Benny
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Joined:  Thu Jan 16, 2020 9:46 pm
#352347
It could be just about any tuberous drosera.

How about Cephalotus follicularis?
By Copper2
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Joined:  Fri Jan 25, 2019 7:02 am
#352350
Byblis liniflora
By hungry carnivores
Posts:  303
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#352359
Nepenthes0260 wrote:Hmmm... So many possibilities. Utricularia dichotoma?
Copper2 wrote:Byblis liniflora
Benny wrote:It could be just about any tuberous drosera.

How about Cephalotus follicularis?
sanguinearocks101 wrote: Wed Apr 22, 2020 9:49 pm Hmm, I think by kangaroos you are hinting that it is native to Australia. Drosera Scorpiodes?
Ok, these are all wrong but some of you are on the right track. I'll hint that it can float freely.
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