Panzner b in 30cm water with thick lemna and water meal. Couldn't reach many specimens and hard to get a good photo. I think it would be common bladderwort but need to get it to a key to check
One of two specimens found on adult steelhead today in the northern portion of the Rocky River.
Numerous individuals found during replacement of a culvert across a muddy sluggish stream with little to no water. Large body size. Appeared to be aestivating.
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