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California Pitcherplant Video Stock Footage

The name "cobra lily" stems from the resemblance of its tubular leaves to a rearing cobra, complete with a forked leaf – ranging from yellow to purplish-green – that resemble fangs or a serpent's tongue. The plant was discovered in 1841 by the botanist William D. Brackenridge at Mount Shasta. In 1853 it was described by John Torrey, who named the genus Darlingtonia after the Philadelphian botanist William Darlington (1782–1863). Learn more about California Pitcherplant


View related species in family group: Pitcher-Plant

Plantae: Tracheophyta: Ericales: Not Assigned: Sarraceniaceae: Darlingtonia californica

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