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Pinguicula ramosa

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Pinguicula ramosa eating bugs

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Pinguicula ramosa in Nikko Mountains, Japan

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Pinguicula ramosa in Nikko, Japan

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A carnivorous butterwort plant traps an ant

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Pinguicula Carnivorous plants 'butterworts' in beautiful lilac flower at Dublin Botanic Gardens

Pinguicula ramosa is a species of butterwort, a carnivorous plant, endemic to the mountains of Nikkō National Park in Japan. It belongs to the section micranthus and is closely related to Pinguicula variegata. It is unique in the genus for having a forked flower stalk.
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