Too bad all of these plants probably died
This is an exerpt from "Examination of the US Pitcher-plant Trade With a focus on the White-topped Pitcher-plant" By C.S. Robbins
The only recent documented case of illegal Sarracenia trade in the USA involved a shipment of carnivorous plants which was destined for the Netherlands but intercepted by authorities at Baltimore International Airport in January 1996. The shipment consisted of 8190 Venus Flytraps [ed. wow] Dionaea muscipula, 130 Purple Pitcher-plants and one Sweet Pitcher-plant [rubra] , all of which had clearly been removed from the wild in North Carolina and intended for commercial resale and artificial propagation (Lieberman, in litt., 1996). The shipment was not declared to the appropriate US authorities prior to export and false documentation accompanied the plants (Lieberman, in litt., 1996).