Utricularia Longifolia Reproduction

5-6. Winter bud of Pinguicula longifolia with smaller brood bodies in foreground.

Pinguicula Longifolia

Leaf of Pinguicula with small plantlets.

6-1. Terrestrial Utricularia plants. The surface leaves are photosynthetic . Rhizoids which bear bladders anchor the plant in the growing medium. Sometimes grow out of the growing medium.

Leaf of Pinguicula with small plantlets.

6-1. Terrestrial Utricularia plants. The surface leaves are photosynthetic . Rhizoids which bear bladders anchor the plant in the growing medium. Sometimes grow out of the growing medium.

Pitcher Plants Reproductive Structure
6-4. Reproductive structures of Utricularia longifolia. The two curved stamens are below the stigma.
Pinguicula StigmaBladder Wort Plants

6-5. Utricularia inflata, an aquatic bladderwort. (Photo by O.H. Weiss)

Natural Habitat Carnivorous Plants

6-7. Polypompholyx multifida plants in natural habitat.

Pinguicula Longifolia

6-6. Utricularia menzeisii plants form dormant structures during the dry season. Man}' white rice-like structures are enmeshed within a fibrous network.

Dormant Structure Plant

6-8. Aldrovanda plant.

9-1. Rhizome proliferation is encouraged by removing leaves from rhizome and cutting off growing tip. The remaining portion of the rhizome is planted halfway into the growing medium. Buds will develop into plants that can later be separated from each other.

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