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Utricularia subulata L.
Zig-zag Bladderwort
Taylor states this is the most widespread of all Utricularia species. Native to Cape York Peninsula, North Queensland and the Northern Territory in Australia, it readily naturalises and has been found naturalised in New South Wales.

  Utricularia subulata Utricularia subulata
 
Description:Flower Description:Flower
Location:Eliott/Twin Falls, S of Bamaga, Cape York Peninsula Location:Eliott/Twin Falls, S of Bamaga, Cape York Peninsula
GPS coordinates:1123.240S 14224.863E GPS coordinates:1123.240S 14224.863E
Date of photo: 7 June 2013 Date of photo: 7 June 2013
  Field No.:2143 Field No.:2143
   

 

References (accessed 21 October 2017):

Taylor P, (1989) The Genus Utricularia - a Taxonomic monograph,The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Jobson, R.W. & Conn, B.J., (2012) Utricularia subulata L. (Lentibulariaceae): a new weed record of an Australian native for New South Wales, Australia. Telopea. 14:83-88

http://eflora.nt.gov.au/factsheet?id=2929

 

 

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Utricularia subulata