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Darlingtonia (Darlingtonia californica), also called the California Pitcher plant or Cobra Lily, is a carnivorous plant in the family Sarraceniaceae. Darlingtonia is native to California and Oregon and grows in bogs and seeps.

Darlingtonia (Darlingtonia californica), also called the California Pitcher plant or Cobra Lily, is a carnivorous plant in the family Sarraceniaceae. Darlingtonia is native to California and Oregon and grows in bogs and seeps.

Nepenthes eymae. A large pitcher plant grows...

Nepenthes eymae. A large pitcher plant grows...

Venus Fly Traps en masse. Taken at the New England carnivores plant show!

Venus Fly Traps en masse. Taken at the New England carnivores plant show!

New Species of Giant Rat Eating Plant in the Philippines... I'm not sure whether I am amazed or horrified?!

Giant Rat-Eating Plant Discovered in the Philippines

New Species of Giant Rat Eating Plant in the Philippines... I'm not sure whether I am amazed or horrified?!

Heliamphora exappendiculata, Sun or Marsh Pitcher Plant in habitat, tepui "A", Canaima National Park, Venezuela

Heliamphora exappendiculata, Sun or Marsh Pitcher Plant in habitat, tepui "A", Canaima National Park, Venezuela

Tupaia montana. A newly published study provides evidence that this unusual pitcher plant, Nepenthes lowii, derives its nutrition from the droppings of the Mountain Treeshrew. The animals are attracted to the plant's copious nectar secretions, and inevitably leave their scat in the pitchers

Tupaia montana. A newly published study provides evidence that this unusual pitcher plant, Nepenthes lowii, derives its nutrition from the droppings of the Mountain Treeshrew. The animals are attracted to the plant's copious nectar secretions, and inevitably leave their scat in the pitchers

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