|Species||Utricularia intermedia Hayne|
|Collector(s)||Karri Ann Smith s.n.|
|Coll. Date||11 June 2012|
|Geography||United States. Utah. Utah County|
|Locality||Utah Lake, historic east shoreline restored peat wetland, N. of Boat Harbor Drive and W. of Lakeshore Drive; Elev.: 4910 ft. (1497 m.)|
|Habitat Notes||associated with enhanced rare "Raised Peat Bog Springs" supporting Spiranthes diluvialis, associated plant species: Lemna minor, Scirpus americanus, Scirpus acutus, Typha latifolia, and Eleocharis palustris.|
|Specimen Notes||wetland restored by Karri A. Smith in 2007; plants flowering along restored, flat shoreline in ponded water 2-6 inches in depth, vegetative plants without flowers with air filled bladders and bladder "traps" floating immediately under dense cover of Lemna minor in water depths <2.0 ft; associated aquatic macroinvertebrates: Lymnaeidae, Stagnicola, Fossaria "marsh snail" 7mm; Planorbidae, Gyraulus circumstatus or Parva "GYRO" 3mm; primitive freshwater Coelenterata hydra <0.5mm.|
Synonyms recognized by ITIS (bold taxon is currently accepted):
Utricularia intermedia Hayne
Common Name(s): flatleaf bladderwort, flat-leaf bladderwort, mountain bladderwort.
Taxonomic Hierarchy: (ITIS TSN=34454, click for more information and references)
Species: Utricularia intermedia
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