Pictures From The
Field - March 2001
Sarracenia flava "typical" with flower. The
balck speck on the flower
is a fly.
Sarracenia flava "typical". When fully open, the
hood of S. flava will
wrap back around so that the back edges of the
hood overlap each other,
causing the hod to form a funnel of its own.
Pinguicula lutea with flowers and Drosera
tracyi. Although you can easily
spot a few pings in this picture, you will
normally not easily find them in
the field unless they are in flower.
Sarracenia rosea in flower. Some of
this area had undergone
a burn in January, 2001, which is why many of
the rosea pitchers
are dead. The plants themselves are in great
shape, and were flowering
Sarracenia minor with emerging flower buds.
Dionaea with energing flower stalk and Drosera
Pinguicula planifolia growing under water with
flowers above water. A very
difficult plant to spot unless you know where to
look, or unless the plant
is in flower. The picture below shows
P.planifolia plants circled in red,
and a flower circled in green.