This is a quiz to see what you really know about pitcher plants of ALL (excluding nepenthes) types!

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This is a quiz about 'general pitcher plants' aka: all pitcher plants on this forum. I will also do a seperate one for Sarracenia. There are quizzes for other types of CP's too listed on the appropriate message boards, but only for the 'common' types!
The winner will be posted below original message along with results after the contest has ended, and will be crowned the know-it-all of pitcher plants!
Read the longer decription on the VFT quiz for more details...

THE QUIZ

1.
The Albany Pitcher Plant, or Cephalotus, originates from what country?

2.
Darlingtonia likes to have cool water around it's roots, why is this?

3.
Sarracenia plants will develope strange and elaborate twists in their pitchering stalks when they have been subject to differences in light and one other thing. What is the other thing?

4.
Which two species of pitcher plant are monotypic genus's?

5.
Heliamphora is a rare genus=true/false

6.
Heliamphora are native to which specific place?

7.
The seeds of Cephalotus are furry=true/false

8.
Do Sarracenia and Darlingtonia belong to the same family?

9.
For 63 years Darlingtonia was called another scientific name. What was this name?

10.
Multichoice:
A) Sarracenia originally has around 8 purebred species
B) Sarracenia originally had around 25 purebred species
C) Sarracenia orginally had over 100 purebred species
D) Sarracenia originally had over 250 purebred species

Thank you for taking the quiz. Good luck!