Darlingtonia californica

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Synonyms for Darlingtonia californica

marsh or bog herb having solitary pendulous yellow-green flowers and somewhat twisted pitchers with broad wings below

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Among his collection, for example, you'll find the cobra lily.
The most prized of the botanical discoveries was the cobra lily, an insect-eating pitcher plant that became named Darlingtonia california after William Darlington, the leading U.
a slideshow that includes the cobra lily, sundews, bladderworts and butterworts found here in Oregon's bogs.
Above: Darlingtonia State Natural Site off Highway 101 north of Florence features the cobra lily, a carnivorous plant that lures insects with drops of nectar.