More than 21 species living in South America, tropical Africa and Madagascar. Traps very special from 3 cm to 15 cm long buried in the ground and forming tube with a forked end. Prey: protozoa, tiny worms. Digestion: enzymes. Assimilation: through glands. Passive carnivorous plant.
Small perennial terrestrial stoloniferous plant. Small green leaves in rosette, up to 5 cm in diameter, sometimes covered by a mucilage layer. Flowering: 9/12, yellow flowers among the larger in the genus.
Close to G. violacea, differing by its perennial habit (in cutivation and in wilde condition), larger traps, leaves and scapes. Previously named G. violacea "giant".
Small perennial terrestrial stolonate plant. Oboval leaves, 5 mm long. Flowering: 2/5, small light pink to purpule flowers.
The horticol origin of this hybrid reflected in its easy maintaining in culture for the carnivorous plant enthusiast. Obovate spatulate leaves. Flowering: 2/10, pale lilac flowers and blue purple veins.
Perennial terrestrial stoloniferous plants. Circular green leaves, 1 cm to 5 cm in diameter in rosette. Flowering: 1/3, purple fowers.