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Some curiosities on Pinguciula vulgaris

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Here a compilation of natural abberations in the wild, all on Pinguicula vulgaris:

A classical, supernumerary sepals and petals:

 

Fasciated flowers:

 

Pitcher-shaped leaf:

 

A bract is present, inducing a curved flower stalk:

 

Absent spur:

 

Emarginated petals:

 

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Lovely Photos - P. Vulgaris is one of my favourite pinguiculas, I have no idea why :P Could the curved flower stalk be the result of something knocking it - say a small mammal, whilst it was growing?

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