Dear my beloved Utricoholics,
This time I'll show you three unidentified terrestrial(one of which, however, was collected submersed in shallow water) Utricularia from India.
U. sp. "Trichur(Thrissur) district, Kerala, India". Its leaves look very much like U. graminifolia to me, but without a single flower it's impossible to identify with any certainity.
U. sp. "Thamarassery district, Kerala, India". It also looks very much like U. graminifolia, but it's somewhat different from U. sp. "Trichur" by its shorter leave with rounded apex.
U. sp. "Indian Red" from Kodagu district, Karnataka, India. It grow submersed in water in wild, and its leaves up to 5cm were all dull red. Its new leaves are all green above water, but they are lanceolate and distinctly petiolate, keeping itself somewhat different from above two.
one of some clones of U. delphinioides. It hasn't flowered yet but it grows gradually faster.