Field Guide to the Carnivorous Plants of the United States and Canada
Field Guide to the Carnivorous Plants of the United States and Canada
Field Guide to the Carnivorous Plants of the United States and Canada
Field Guide to the Carnivorous Plants of the United States and Canada
Field Guide to the Carnivorous Plants of the United States and Canada
Field Guide to the Carnivorous Plants of the United States and Canada

Field Guide to the Carnivorous Plants of the United States and Canada

Article number: 9781908787088
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Authors Stewart McPherson & Donald Schnell
Language English
ISBN 9781908787088
Publisher Redfern Natural History
Pages 200
Size 250 x 180 mm
Format Paperback
Images Colour images
Year published 2013

This visually beautiful field guide documents all carnivorous plants found across the United States and Canada. After a concise introduction to carnivorous plants of the continent, each species is profiled over two pages with three images and a concise summary of key features written clearly and comprehensively. Concluding sections cover hybrids, conservation of North American carnivorous plants, Bibliography, Index and About the Authors.

The species documented in this spectacular field guide are:

Catopsis (Powdery Strap Airplant)
C. berteroniana

Aldrovanda (Waterwheel Plant) (Non-native. Introduced to the United States and Canada)
A. vesiculosa

Drosera (Sundews)
D. anglica
D. brevifolia
D. capillaris
D. filiformis
D. intermedia
D. linearis
D. rotundifolia

Dionaea (Venus’s Flytrap)
D. muscipula

Pinguicula (Butterworts)
P. caerulea
P. ionantha
P. lutea
P. macroceras
P. planifolia
P. primuliflora
P. pumila
P. villosa
P. vulgaris

Utricularia (Bladderworts)
U. amethystina
U. cornuta
U. floridana
U. foliosa
U. geminiscapa
U. gibba
U. inflata
U. intermedia
U. juncea
U. macrorhiza
U. minor
U. ochroleuca
U. olivacea
U. purpurea
U. radiata
U. resupinata
U. simulans
U. striata
U. subulata

Darlingtonia (Cobra Lily)
D. californica

Sarracenia (Trumpet Pitcher Plants)
S. alata
S. flava
S. leucophylla
S. minor
S. oreophila
S. psittacina
S. purpurea
S. rubra

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