Mystery Ping, ID please?

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I found this fine fellow at a local greenhouse. The clerk said that a former manager grew these little pinguiculas. No flowers on this little guy so it might be hard to ID.
They watered it at the greenhouse and I'm quite certain they don't use r/o, distilled or rain water so I hope it will be alright. I gave it some distilled water once it got home
 

Shoggoths

Carnivore
Not enough information to identify this one.

I water all my pings with tap water without any problem but I live in Québec City and our tap water TDS is relatively low. Your ping should be alright.
 
Not enough information to identify this one.

I water all my pings with tap water without any problem but I live in Québec City and our tap water TDS is relatively low. Your ping should be alright.
I'll see if I can get in contact with the person who grew it to find out what it is.
The tap water in Welland Ontario kills most carnivorous plants so I just play it safe and water with distilled or r/o
 

jeff

Carnivorous Plant Addict
no flower, then very difficult to determinate.

is very careful with stagnant water in the sub cut, sometimes in these conditions for Mexican can rot can happen.
use rain water
 
no flower, then very difficult to determinate.

is very careful with stagnant water in the sub cut, sometimes in these conditions for Mexican can rot can happen.
use rain water
Ok, I can begin collecting rain water for it. I will also take it out of the sitting water and just ensure the medium is always damp.
 
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