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Utricularia sp.

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Utricularia sp.

This plant is endemic in Singapore. If you are to go to any catchment areas and observe closely by the water side, you can find them, but not as beautiful as cultivated form. If you discover them in the wild, its most probably concealed together with mud, dirt and algae, much effort is needed to seperate and clean them.
 

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This isn't Utricularia. Utricularia is the genus commonly called bladderwort, which is a carnivorous plant. It's got little sacks which close up on zooplankton that happen to get to close, and it's a fine filamentous plant too. This picture looks more like Lilaeopsis, though I'm not sure, but def. not Utricularia.
 

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