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Genlisea uncinata (P.Taylor & Fromm-Trinta)
- Brazil, endemic to Bahia

Comments: Fernando Rivadavia comments on 21 May 04 at “For those of you who don't know, G. uncinata is one of the largest Genlisea species, with scapes reaching 80cm in height in the wild and over 1.20m in cultivation. The flowers themselves are not that big, only slightly larger than those of G. violacea. But the traps are HUGE! I've only seen equivalently large traps on G. guyanensis and G. sanariapoana.”
updated: 2018-12-18