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Very interesting. Are you adding co2 at all? Even without it, the Utricularias are growing? I'll bet there are lot of the so-called terrestrial species that can grow just fine submerged. There's a local one here that would be nice to try if I can ever find it!
 

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Do you have any collection information for the U. livida? It's a very widespread species and it's certainly possible that not all populations are suitable. Knowing would be interesting in any case.
 

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Well, we found some U. geminiscapa, but I doubt anybody will be beating down any doors for it. U. cornuta is almost sure to grow submersed, but it apparently has some rather specific habitat requirements (acidic bogs). I know of a place where it might be found near where I am, but that will have to wait of course. That's probably one that could be found through carnivorous plant channels as well, but isn't it more fun to find it yourself? :p
 
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