The Carnivorous Plant FAQ Field Trip Report -

Apalachicola National Forest in 2010

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Purple flowers!
For example, if you scout around you might find constellations of little purple flowers. These belong to Utricularia resupinata.

I recall having seen these plants in flower here when I had visited nearly two decade ago.

(This following will mean something only to long-term photographers)

<OG> On that long-ago trip I had shot two rolls of Utricularia resupinata here, but I had set the film speed on my camera wrong, i.e., ASA 64 instead of ASA 200. Oops! So my mission with this plant was to right that ancient wrong.</OG>

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Revised: June 2010
©Barry Rice, 2005