Species within a genus

Genus: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Bladderwort (Le)
uter, = a bag or bottle made of an animal’s hide or a skin for wine, oil, water, etc.; -culus, = diminutive; utriculus, = of plants, a bud or calycle of a flower, a hull or husk of grain; -alis, -aris, = belonging or pertaining to, resembling, provided with. utricularius, = a bagpiper; the master of a raft floated on bladders used for ferriage. (bladder-like, bladdery, possessing bladders, inflated) (insectivourous sacs) (rootless herbs with small bladder-like outgrowths on branched organs in soil or water, which bladders enable the palnt to capture insects)
(ld, BL, Le)
Utricularia bisquamata (La)
Bladderwort (Vo) Cape Bladderwort (Wf)
Location: (F, K, P)
bis, bi-, = twice, twofold, having two-; squama, = scale (of a fish, serpent); -atus, = indicates possession or likeness. squamatus, = scaly.
(ld, BL)