Utricularia geminiscapa Benj.
Family: Lentibulariaceae
hidden-fruited bladderwort,  more...
[Utricularia clandestina Nutt.]
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Paul Skawinski  
Etymology: Utricularia: from Latin utriculus, "a small bag or bladder," the common name of which is bladderwort
Plants: annual/perennial, floating aquatic; stems leafy, loosely floating just below the water surface
Leaves: finely divided, leaf-like branches, forking 3-7 times, with scattered bladders, no midrib, alternate
Flowers: yellow, 5-parted, 2 lipped, small, some not opening, lower lip 1/4"-1/3" and with a sickle-like spur; flower drawing usually solitary on each stalk; blooms July-Aug.
Habitat: quiet water
Conservation Status: Native
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Emmet J. Judziewicz  
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Paul Skawinski  
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Paul Skawinski  
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Paul Skawinski  
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Paul Skawinski  
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
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Utricularia geminiscapa image
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Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
Utricularia geminiscapa image
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