Archaeamphora longicervia is an extinct species of pitcher plant, fossils of which were discovered recently China. The wild thing about it is that its placement in the fossil record indicates that Archaeamphora it is one of the three oldest genera of Angiosperms known! Li, who published the specis in 2005 noted that "the existence of a so highly derived Angiosperm in the Early Cretaceous suggests that Angiosperms should have originated much earlier, maybe back to 280 mya as the molecular clock studies suggested".
Read more about it here. From the artist's rendition you can see that it bears similarities to Sarracenia purpurea. Pretty cool, huh?