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Carnivorous plants of Québec

Sarracenia purpurea, a carnivorous plant of Québec
Photo: Jardin botanique de Montréal (Wilfrid Meloche)  
Sarracenia purpurea

Of the 500 species of carnivorous plants in the world, 15 of them grow in Quebec, and more than half of these belong to the genus Utricularia.

Although Quebec does not have an especially large number of carnivorous plant species, the fact remains that they are easy to observe and very common in their habitats (especially peat bogs), both in the Montréal region and the far north. On your next flower-hunting excursions, take the time to admire them and learn more about them.

Carnivorous plant species in Quebec


Sarracenia purpurea Linneaus


Drosera rotundifolia Linneaus
Drosera anglica Hudson
Drosera intermedi Hayne
Drosera linearis Goldie


Pinguicula vulgaris Linneaus
Pinguicula villosa Linneaus
Utricularia resupinata Greene
Utricularia purpurea Walter
Utricularia cornuta Michaux
Utricularia geminiscapa Benjamin
Utricularia vulgaris Linneaus
Utricularia gibba Linneaus
Utricularia minor Linneaus
Utricularia intermedia Hayne

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