designinbiology: The common bladderwort is a diminutive aquatic…

designinbiology:

The common bladderwort is a diminutive aquatic plant with fetching yellow flowers that lives on ponds and lakes in Asia and Europe. But under the surface, it hides a carnivorous secret: 1-inch chambers – or bladders – along its branches that suck in unsuspecting prey.

Credit: Wai-Man Chan

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