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    Cps native to California

    What cps are native to california besides the cobra lilly?

    I have heard there are ca couple drosera, and a ping or two

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    I think D. rotundifolia is found in approximately the same ranges as Darlingtonia, as well as more broadly among mountain Sphagnum bogs. I've seen them in southern Oregon as well as up in the mountains in Idaho, and those habitats have a lot in common with other sites in the Cascade mountains. Maybe D. intermedia too? Don't quote me on that one though - I get the feeling intermedia is mostly restricted to the other side of the Rockies.
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    a few drosera species, in particular rotundifolia and i think anglica.....
    also some pinguicula, not 100% what species i know macroceras is....and a few utrics as well.

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    I think there might be some sarrs too

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    P. moranensis as well I believe.
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    jack - moranensis is native to Mexico and Guatemala...

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    California and Mexico are connected and I've read field reports about them in CA and odd findings even into N CA.
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    P. macroceras, particularly P. macroceras ssp. nortensis. However, I wouldn't describe those species as "easy".

    By the way, D. californica is the only native species of pitcher plant... ...any reports of sarrs are probably just introduced specimens.
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