Very small insectivorous plant with bright yellow-green leaves with rolled edges. Single purple flowers, tubular in shape, with a 3-lobed lower lip, flower to 10 mm in length, spur to 5 mm length. Flowering stem villous. We observed leaves varying from 3 mm to 7 mm in length, and 3 mm to 5 mm in width.
The leaves are covered with a greasy / buttery substance which traps small insects, and eventually the insect is absorbed by the leaves.
Height of flowering stem 30 mm to 45 mm.
Habitat is sphagnum mounds in bogs in Saskatchewan's northern forests.
Took the photos on June 29th in a sphagnum bog, west of Southend, in Saskatchewan's Boreal Shield, about 900 km north of our home in Regina, SK