Bladderworts? Sounds like something to see your doctor about, don't you think? The common name for these aquatic plants belies their filigreed beauty, instead making them sound like something from a witch's brew.
They're free-floating, rootless plants, which have tiny bladders on their leaves to ingest zooplankton to acquire nutrients. Carnivores! What an amazing adaptation!
Just take a look at this unusual and extraordinary one, the floating bladderwort:
The stems and leaves of the common bladderwort, (Utricularia vulgaris) look lacy and delicate.