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Identifying Pinguicula


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Thanks for the additionnal photograph, I can better see the tube, sepals and spur. The tube is rather too large for a P. vulgaris and could indicate P. dertosensis. However, the spur is too short and too fat for P. dertosensis (is the flower fully developped? because the spur morphology is changing during the first days of anthesis, I guessed it was not fully developped in your first image). Also the sepals do not fully correspond to it. I guess the correct answer is P. vulgaris var. alpicola.

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