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introduced by human hands? if not, I am calling them native as they clearly have naturalized.
How can you tell it is a cultivar? It doesn't have a distinctive color or teeth. The flytraps I bought at Home Depot and the 99 Cent store get just as colorful and big in a good year.
Here's a Home Depot plant from last year:
Here's the same Home Depot plant next to a 'B52' - this year was bad - weather, mealybugs, aphids - you name it.
Here are some 99 Cent Store plants:
The natural, historical range of Dionaea is a region around the North and South Carolina border. This species has been introduced and naturalized in California, Florida, England and Jamaica.
Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.
quote from wikipedia ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_Flytrap )
''Although it has been successfully transplanted and grown in many locales around the world, it is found natively only in North and South Carolina in the United States, specifically within a 60 mile radius of Wilmington, North Carolina.  One such place is North Carolina's Green Swamp. There also appears to be a naturalized species of Venus Flytraps in northern Florida as well as populations in the New Jersey Pine Barrens.''
it has been introduced by humans in florida...
“Experience: that most brutal of teachers. But you learn, my God do you learn.” C.S. Lewis
My venus fly trap site
There are vft's in growing in Florida, I've personaly seen them there. It is an accepted fact that they were introduced. Some guy, I forgot his name, admitted to throwing seeds out in Florida.