Utricularia hispida (two kinds of leaves ?)

Michael Hasemann (jmh@tko.vtt.fi)
Fri, 18 Mar 1994 08:34:30 +0200 (EET)


I would appreciate if somebody could verify whether U.hispida has
two kinds of leaves: small round (ovate?) ones at a basal rosette (sp?)
and very long (12-15cm) thin upright leaves.

Thanks in advance,


P.S.: Barry, if you are able to trade/swap etc. a small piece of your
magic U.longifolia, it would be just great. A clone of U.longifolia
(thanks Jan) grows very well and would like to try your clone, too.

P.P.S.: Anybody else interested in non aquatic Utricularia is invited to show
up, too.

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