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LESSER BLADDERWORT Utricularia minor (Lentibulariaceae) Aquatic. Freshwater plant of still, mainly acid waters. Small, flask-shaped bladders are found along the submerged stems and trap tiny invertebrates. FLOWERS are 6-8mm long and pale yellow; in clusters of 2-5 on slender stems (Jun-Jul). FRUITS are capsules. LEAVES are finely divided, untoothed and lack bristles. STATUS-Local, mainly N and W.
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LESSER BLADDERWORT Utricularia minor (Lentibulariaceae) Aquatic. Freshwater plant of still, mainly acid waters. Small, flask-shaped bladders are found along the submerged stems and trap tiny invertebrates. FLOWERS are 6-8mm long and pale yellow; in clusters of 2-5 on slender stems (Jun-Jul). FRUITS are capsules. LEAVES are finely divided, untoothed and lack bristles. STATUS-Local, mainly N and W.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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