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A few years back, while walking up on the Arnhem Land Plateau, I came across Utricularia fulva that was virtually carpeting the ground along streams. U. fulva is endemic to the Northern Territory and quite common across the Top End in sandstone habitats. It seems to like sandy areas along running creeks where for a good part of the wet season it would be completely inundated. So, some close ups and some habitat photos.

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