A spanish butterwort: Pinguicula mundii


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Hi Aymeric,

indeed a very nice wall. :yes:

What is the altitude of the wall?

Next year you have to visit this place much earlier. :P

Is the plant on the last picture also a P. mundii?

Somehow it seems to have very long leafes.

Best regards,

Dani

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@ Carlos: no, I didn't see other species, I hadn't much time for field trips during those holidays. Next year, I'll probably go there in may and visit many stations ;-)

@ Daniel: Yes, the last one is also a Pinguicula mundii (no other Pings have been found there). In some shady places, they can developp very long leaves. They look like P. vallisneriifolia with those leaves.

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Wasn't it in Savage Garden that the author says to look up... and not down? What you have there is reminiscent of Mexican butterworts, occupuying the same niche.

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