Common Bladderwort - Utricularia vulgaris

Sue Abonyi

Sandy, United States

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It is a carnivorous aquatic plant rooted in the bottom of still or slowly flowing waters of Europe and North America. The submerged stems on reaching the surface produce the leaf rosette shown and inflorescence shown on the painting.

the small, jug-like structures are trapping unicellular aquatic creatures, plankton, even freshly hatched fishes and the nutritive material is absorbed from them and used up by the Bladderwort.

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