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Yellow Pitcher Plant

Sarracenia flava


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Machi 8 years ago

Wonderful spotting! I hope to see these one day. I have only seen Hooded Pitcher plants in the wild so far. Please consider adding this to my mission: Carnivorous Plants of Florida

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Hema Shah 12 years ago

great pic too

ceherzog 12 years ago

I don't know if I could find it again but I think it was the Apilachicola State Forest. If you belong to a Native Plant Society it might be a field I recall, I was on a FNPS field trip during a conference.

p.young713 12 years ago

Is it a state forest?

ceherzog 12 years ago

They're up in the panhandle...worth a trip there sometime.

p.young713 12 years ago

Interesting plant, I have not seen one before.

ceherzog 12 years ago

+- 50cm
What instrument do you play?

AlexanderStein 12 years ago

How large are these guys?

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Florida, USA

Spotted on Aug 28, 2003
Submitted on Aug 17, 2011

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