Sarracenia List:
S. alata:

S. alata Anthocyanin free Citronelle Bog, Mobile Co., Ala.

S. alata Typical Form Citronelle Bog, Mobile Co., Ala.

S. alata Veined Hood, Upper tube Citronelle Bog, Mobile Co., Ala.

S. alata White Flowered form Citronelle Bog, Mobile Co., Ala

S. alata Wavy lid Citronelle Bog, Mobile Co.,
Ala.

S. alata Typical Tibbie Bog, Washington Co.,
Ala.

S. alata Heavily veined/purple top Tibbie Bog, Washington Co., Ala.


S. alata Typical Deer Park, Washington Co.,
Ala.

S. alata Copper Top Deer Park, Washington Co.,
Ala.

S.alata Typical St. Tammany Parish, La.
Power Cut Rescue

S. alata Veined St. Tammany Parish,
Covington, La.

S. alata Red Form White's Crossing, Mississippi
Stone Co.

S. alata Black Tube White's Crossing, Mississippi
Stone Co.

S. alata Red Lid White's Crossing, Mississippi
Stone Co.

S. alata Maroon Lid & Throat Whites Crossing, Mississippi
Stone Co.

S. alata Heavily Veined Whites Crossing, Mississippi
Stone Co.

S. alata Black tube/Maroon Tube Whites Crossing, Mississippi
Stone Co.

S. alata Red/Black Gulfport, Mississippi
Harrison County

S. alata Areolated Form Jasper County, Texas

S. alata "Nigrapurpurea" Leon County, Texas
Cripple Fawn Bog System

S. alata Typical Robertson County, Texas

S. alata Typical Tyler County, Texas

S. flava:

S. flava var. atropurpurea Unknown (D. Cook)

S. flava var. atropurpurea Wilkerson Bog, Walton Co.,
Florida

S. flava var. atropurpurea Miramar Beach, Florida
Santa Rosa County (Hwy. 98)

S. flava var. atropurpurea Unknown (D. Cook)
"Kimber Red Ruffles"

S. flava var. atropurpurea Avalon Beach, Florida
Santa Rosa County

S. flava var. cuprea Pender County, N. C.

S. flava var. cuprea "Copper Blush" South Santee Pine Barrens
Charleston Co., S.C.

S. flava var. cuprea Horry County, S. C.

S. flava var. flava Dinwiddie Co., Virginia

s. flava var. maxima Horry County, S.C.

S. flava var. ornata Florida (D. Cook)

S. flava var. ornata Wilkerson Bog, Walton Co.
Florida

S. flava var. ornata "Red Lip" Wilkerson Bog, Walton Co.
Florida

S. flava var. rubricorpora Liberty Co., Florida

S. flava var. rubricorpora Liberty County, Florida
(R. Lane)

S. flava var. rubricorpora Sumatra, Florida (South)
Liberty Co. (M. H.)

S. flava var. rubricorpora Sumatra, Florida (North)
Liberty Co. (M. H.)

S. flava var. rubricorpora Sumatra, Florida
Liberty Co. South Side of
Radio Tower

S. flava var. rugelii Cooks Bayou, Bay County
Florida

S. flava var. rugelii Wilkerson Bog, Walton Co.
Florida


S. flava var. rugelii (Shovel Lid) Wilkerson Bog, Walton Co.
Florida

S. flava var. rugelii Bagdad Bog., Santa Rosa
County, Florida

S. flava var. rugelii Avalon Beach, Florida
Santa Rosa County

S. flava var. rugelii Wewahitchka, Florida
Gulf County (R. Lane)

S. flava var. rugelii Covington County, Ala.

S. flava var. rugelii (Large Form) Sumatra, Florida. Liberty Co

S. flava var. rugelii Sumatra, Florida. Liberty Co

S. flava var. rugelii (Huge Lid) Sumatra, Florida. Liberty Co

S. flava Variant: Heavily veined Red lip. Bay County, Florida (Rlane)

S. leucophylla:

S. leucophylla Hurricane Creek White Baldwin Co., Alabama

S. leucophylla Schnells Ghost Baldwin Co., Perdido, Ala.
(Clemesha Clone)

S. leucophylla Schnells Ghost Seed. Mike Ross (BACPS)

S. leucophylla Typical Ctenium Fields, Baldwin Co.
Alabama

S. leucophylla Red Tube Covington Co., Alabama

S. leucophylla Red Tube Citronelle Bog, Mobile Co.,
Ala.

S. leucophylla Burgundy Top Bagdad Bog, Santa Rosa
County

S. leucophylla Dwarf Form "A" Garcon Point, Florida
Santa Rosa County

S. leucophylla Dwarf Form "C" Garcon Point, Florida
Santa Rosa Co.

S. leucophylla Red Tube Wilkerson Bog, Walton Co.
Florida

S. leucophylla White Top, fine red veins Okaloosa County, Florida
Crestview Radio Tower
Extirpated 2004 NASC
Rescue

S. leucophylla Anthocyanin Free Baldwin County, Alabama

S. minor:

S. minor Stocky Form Horry County, S.C.
Cartwheel Bay

S. minor Typical Long County, Georgia
(J. Hartley)

S. minor var. okeefenokeensis Ware County, Georgia
(Barry Rice)

S. minor var. okeefenokeensis Ware County, Georgia
(Red Lid)

S. minor Typical Wayne Co., Georgia

S. minor Typical St. Johns Co., Florida
Flagler Estates

S. minor Typical St. Johns Co., Florida
Publix Site

S. minor Typical St. Johns Co., Florida
Three Sisters Ct.

S. minor Typical St. Johns Co., Florida
Country Club Site

S. minor Typical Clay County, Florida

S. minor Red Form Baker County, Florida

S. oreophila:

S. oreophila Heavily Veined/Purple Throat DeKalbCounty, Alabama
Catalani/Truesdell Clone

S. oreophila Lightly Veined Centre, Alabama
Cherokee County

S. oreophila Veined DeKalb Co., Alabama

S. oreophila Heavily veined inside and out Dekalb Co., Alabama

S. oreophila Heavy Veins DeKalb Co., Alabama
(Cl 1 r. lane)

S. oreophila Moderate Veins DeKalb Co., Alabama
(Cl 2 r. lane)

S. oreophila Heavily veined Boaz, Alabama
Marshall County

S. oreophila Red Veins Red Flush Towns Co., Georgia

S. oreophila Veined DeKalb County, Alabama
(Cl 30 B Zeimer)

S. oreophila Sand Mountain #4 DeKalb County, Alabama

S. psittacina:

S. psittacina Red Hood Wilkerson Bog, Walton Co
Florida
S. psittacina Typical B88.003 UCD Barry Rice

S. psittacina Large Plant UCD Plant Sale 2003

S. psittacina Typical Liberty Co., Florida

S. psittacina "Dragons Wing" Miramar Beach, Florida
Santa Rosa County

S. psittacina Anthocyanin free UCD Barry Rice
"Green Rosette"

S. purpurea:

S. purpurea ssp. purpurea Typical No Location Info.

S. purpurea ssp. purpurea Anthocyanin free Michigan

S. purpurea ssp. venosa Green Hood UCD Barry Rice

S. purpurea ssp. venosa Veined Pyro

S. purpurea ssp. venosa Red Old Dock, N.C.
Columbus Co.

S. purpurea ssp. venosa seedling Shalotte, North Carolina
Brunswick Co.

S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. montana Tight hood Henderson Co., N.C.
McClure's Bog
(BG, B225. DT)

S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. burkii forma luteola Anthocyanin free Baldwin County, Ala.


S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. burkii Typical Wilkerson Bog, Walton Co


S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. burkii Chipola River Region Chipola River Basin Liberty County

S. rubra:

S. rubra ssp. alabamensis Typical Thorsby, Alabama Chilton County

S. rubra ssp. alabamensis AL001 UCD Barry Rice

S. rubra ssp. alabamensis AL002 UCD Barry Rice

S. rubra ssp. alabamensis AL003 UCD Barry Rice

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis Typical Okaloosa County, Florida

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis Typical Okaloosa County Yellow River, Florida

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis Typical Santa Rosa County Yellow River, Florida

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis Stocky Form Santa Rosa County Yellow River, Florida

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis Red Form Okaloosa County, Florida Turkey Hen Creek

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis Typical Okaloosa County, Florida
Crestview Radio Tower Site Extirpated 2004 NASC Rescue

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis Heterophylla Santa Rosa County Yellow River, Florida

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis Ancestral Form Crawford County, Georgia

S. rubra ssp. jonesii Typical Etowah Bog (Extinct) Henderson County, North Carolina

S. rubra ssp. jonesii Heterophylla Etowah Bog Henderson County, North Carolina

S. rubra ssp. jonesii McClures Bog Henderson County, North Carolina

S. rubra ssp. rubra Typical Shallotte, North Carolina Brunswick County

S. rubra ssp. rubra Typical Snead's Ferry, North Carolina Onslow County

S. rubra ssp. wherryi Yellow Flower Deer Park Bog Washington County, Alabama

S. rubra ssp. wherryi Chatom Giant Deer Park Bog Washington County, Alabama

S. rubra ssp. wherryi Typical Citronelle Bog Mobile County, Alabama

S. rubra ssp. wherryi Stocky Form Atmore, Alabama Escambia County

S. rubra ssp. wherryi Red Form Citronelle Bog Mobile County, Alabama

S. rubra ssp. wherryi Giant Form (Jay Lechtman)

S. rubra ssp. wherryi Giant Form (Brooks Garcia)

Sarracenia NATURAL HYBRIDS:

S. X ahlesii (S. alata X S. r. ssp. wherryi) Citronelle Bog, Mobile County, Alabama

S. X ahlesii (S. alata X S. r ssp. wherryi) Deer Park Bog Washington County, Alabama

S. X areolata (S. alata X S. leucophylla) "Citronelle White Beauty" Citronelle Bog Mobile County, Alabama

S. X areolata Green and White Form Tibbie Bog Washington County, Alabama

S. X areolata Very White Hood w/ Red veins Tibbie Bog Washington County, Alabama

S. X areolata Very White Hood Tibbie Bog Washington County, Alabama

S. X catesbaei Very veined Wilkerson Bog, Walton County, Florida

S. X catesbaei Reddish flush Appalachicola Region Liberty County, Florida

S. X formosa (Jay Lechtman)

S. X moorei (S. flava X S. leucophylla) Green Lid red veins Avalon Beach Santa Rosa County, Florida

S. X moorei White top, heavy purple veining. Avalon Beach, Florida Santa Rosa County

S. X moorei Peach Lid Avalon Beach, Florida Santa Rosa County

S. x moorei "Leah Wilkerson" Wilkerson Bog Walton County, Florida

S. X moorei "Wilkerson Red" Wilkerson Bog Walton County, Florida

S. X moorei "Bud Wilkerson" Orange moorei Bud Wilkerson Bog Walton County, Florida

S. X moorei Burgundy Top/ Upper Tube Wilkerson Bog Walton County, Florida

S. X moorei Green & White top Wilkerson Bog Walton County, Florida

S. x moorei Green Lid and veined Wilkerson Bog Walton County, Florida

S. X moorei "Red Sumatra" Botanique nursery (Rob Saciloto)

S. X moorei "Ornata" Heavily veined Bagdad Bog Santa Rosa County, Florida

S. X popei (S. flava X S. rubra ssp. gulfensis) Bagdad Bog, Santa Rosa County, Florida

S. X readii (S. leucophylla X S.rubra ssp. wherryi) "Alabama Red" Baldwin County Perdido, Alabama

S. X readii (S. leucophylla X S. rubra ssp gulfensis) Yellow River Site Santa Rosa County

S. X wrigleyana (Jay Lechtman)

S. X S. readii Tibbie Bog Washington County, Alabama

Drosera:

Drosera anglica UCD Barry Rice

D. capillaris Typical Autauga County, Alabama

D. capillaris "Pasco Giant" Pasco County, Florida

D. filiformis "Florida Giant"

D. filiformis ssp. filiformis Typical New Jersey Pine Barrens

D. filiformis ssp. tracyi Anthocyanin Free Barry Rice.

D. filiformis ssp. tracyi Typical Wilkerson Bog Walton County, Florida

D. intermedia "Carolina Giant" Brunswick County, North Carolina

Natural Hybrids:

D. X California Sunset Joe's Clone (Joe Mazrimas)


Pinguicula:

Pinguicula ionantha Typical Liberty County, Florida Hwy. 65, 3 miles North Sumatra, Florida

Pinguicula planifolia Typical Same site as P. ionantha above.

Pinguicula lutea Typical Florida

Pinguicula primuliflora TC plants.

Dionaea muscipula Typicals- named clones- 215 plants.

Utricularia subulata Solano County Benecia, California