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These are all my terrestrial Utrics:
U. bisquamata (small flowered form)
U. calycifida 'Mrs. Marsh'
U. calycifida 'Yog-Sothoth'
U. lateriflora
U. livida
U. longifolia
U. microcalyx
U. odorata
U. paulinae
U. praelonga
U. prehensilis
U. sandersonii
U. sandersonii (blue)
U. sp. 2
U. subulata
U. tricolor
U. tridentata
U. welwitschii

They are all growing in a 1:1 mix of sand and peat.

Would any of them do better in a different medium?
i have been growing the calycifidas in a mix of peat and lfs, approximatly 1:1 and fluff it up a bit. it seems to really like it. this is also one species(along with longifolia) that likes to have room to run(especially 'Yog Sothoth') and i think a 3.5 inch pot should be minimum. sandersonii doesnt care what it grows on as long as its damp. all the others i grow in either pure peat or after i got some sand a 1:1 mix of peat and sand.