Utricularia ID Contest

WillyCKH

CPSC Moderator
Staff member
I've lost the tag on this nice Utricularia with small light-violet flowers. The first member who helps me to ID it correctly will get a division next year, with postage included for padded regular mail. :)
Thanks in advance!
Cheers,
Willy

21985

21986
 

Tom

Seedling
Is it in flower right now? You made me blow the dust on my Taylor's monograph... corolla and pedicel length would be handy
 

WillyCKH

CPSC Moderator
Staff member
I think it could be U. amethystina or U. tridentata because I used to have them in the collection.
I'm waiting for the flower stalk pulling to grow new leaves so we can take a look at the leaf shape.
21987
 

Shoggoths

Carnivorous Plant Addict
I would go with U. tridentata.
I had it in my collection in the past too and I think it was common on the ocps group.
 

Lloyd Gordon

Cactus micrografter newbie.
Staff member
Still not sure if I could tell them apart. Both in section foliosa, similar range. Amethystina is a highly variable species. Probably should use a species key which would likely require flower dissection and a low power microscope.
 
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