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Connecticut Plants
Resupinate Bladderwort
Utricularia resupinata B.D. Greene ex Bigelow

Resupinate bladderwort is endangered in Connecticut. "Resupinate" mean upside-down -- note how the flower is tipped backwards on its stalk.

Bladderworts are carnivorous plants. For more information on this, see the common bladderwort page.

  • Family: bladderwort (Lentibulariaceae)
  • Habitat: muddy ground or shallow water at pond edges
  • Height: 1-3 inches
  • Flower size: 1/4 to 1/2 inch long
  • Flower color: pink
  • Flowering time: July to August
  • Origin: native
Utricularia resupinata B.D. Greene ex Bigelow
Utricularia resupinata B.D. Greene ex Bigelow