State Natural Site: Five miles north of Florence.
Taxa Host plant Orthocladiinae Antilocladius Nidularium innocentii antecalvus Cricotopus sp Eryngium elegans Nidularium innocentii Limnophyes sp Nidularium innocentii Tillandsia guatemalensis Mesosmittia Nidularium innocentii patrihortae Metriocnemus Tillandsia, Billbergia, abdominoflavatus Catopsis Tillandsia utriculata Metriocnemus edwarsi Darlingtonia
Metriocnemus Eryngium horridum; E.
It seems possible that Frost is referring to specialization of the type in the example of Phoradendron or Darlingtonia
above, but he never specifies what sort of highly specialized lifestyle these plants might lead.
Well, maybe, because the enzymes have not yet been detected in Darlingtonia
and Heliamphora, nor in all Sarracenia.
berteroniana trap insects are essentially exactly the same as those employed by the genera of pitcher plants cephalotus, darlingtonia
, heliamphora, nepenthes and sarracenia.
Several types of carnivorous plants, including the various pitcher plant genera Heliamphora, Nepenthes, Darlingtonia
, Cephalotus and Sarracenia, attract prey by EFN production (Juniper et at.
The biggest collection of California pitcher plants, also called cobra lilies, can be seen in the Darlingtonia
Bog, 6 miles west of State 70/89.
1982; Bradshaw, 1983; Bradshaw and Holzapfel, 1983, 1986; and Naeem (1988) in the related pitcher plant Darlingtonia
State Wayside, 5 miles north of Florence on U.
Carnivorous plants are native to all the continents of the world except Antarctica, and of the world's more than 600 species, about 45 are native to North America, including some right here in Oregon, such as Darlingtonia
Californica, also known as the cobra plant and native to the Oregon Coast.
Best place to relive "Little Shop of Horrors": Darlingtonia State Natural Site, the only Oregon state park property dedicated to protecting a single plant species - a hungry one, at that.
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.
Saturday at Darlingtonia
State Natural Site near Florence to remove invasive English ivy.
The morning sun walks across new ground, ground unlighted for a thousand thousand years, and finds dew necklaces strung by spiders across the sleek green throats of Darlingtonia