Utricularia gibba

Description: Small to medium-sized bladderwort that can be found as both an aquatic or semi-terrestrial. Thin, filamentous stolons that have no clear organization or central stem with numerous small traps dispersed, lacking significant branching. Yellow corolla, with the upper corolla lip being larger than the bottom. Palate has small reddish streaks.

Ecology: Found in ponds, lakes, and flooded areas, and can be a free-floating aquatic or semi-terrestrial. Flowers appear in early to late summer. Plants usually do not flower until they form a thick mat and/or are growing on other aquatic plants.

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