Wild Florida Photo - Pinguicula lutea

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Pinguicula lutea


Florida native

Threatened Florida species

The only yellow-flowered of the butterworts found in Florida is listed by the state as threatened. The common name does not refer to the color of the flower, but instead comes from the sticky substance on the leaves that trap insects for this carnivorous plant to diegest.

Pinguicula lutea is a member of the Lentibulariaceae - Bladderwort family.

Other species of the Pinguicula genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
  View  Pinguicula pumila - SMALL BUTTERWORT

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