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I am looking for any pings up for trade pm me and I ll let you know what I have to trade.

I currently have
Pinguicula 'pirouette'
Pinguicula cyclosecta
Pinguicula “fraser beaut”
Pinguicula agnata x gypsicola
Pinguicula Aphrodite
Pinguicula sethos
Pinguicula sp "Sierra Mazatecas"
Pinguicula gracilis x moctezumae
Pinguicula planifolia
Pinguicula lutea
Pinguicula ionantha
Pinguicula caerulea

I have P gigantea, P. weseer and P. primuliflora to trade if you want.
See you,
xantius has a thread in the trade forum right now for P. 'Sethos'. You might be able to weasel one out of him.
I do not have pings for trade currenlty I have Drosera for trade pm me if interested.

I have nidiformis, capensis, omissa x pulchella, spatulata x capensis and that is all i can name off the top of my head.
Never mind then. I must have mis-read that you had those Pings for trade. Sorry about that.
How hard are pings to propagate? Maybe you can trade cuttings?
Just PM'd you. I have P. emarginata I can add to your list.
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Pings are fairly easy to propagate, especially if you dont plan on them doing it. I often find that leaves that fall off under the plant during potting readily produce more plantlets often more than one to a cutting. Some pings can have over 100% propagation sucess and some are more difficult. I keep my pings in a moist medium constantly under bright light and they propagate quite frequently.