A single species in Australia. Pitcher traps are moccasin-shaped. Capturing the insects by slipping and drowning. Prey: various insects and arthropods. Digestion: enzymes. Assimilation: through glands. Passive carnivorous plant.
Horticultural selection of Mr H. Weiner. Caracterized by large pitchers that can be taller than 6 cm, a lid slightly more erected. Dark red coloration under intense light exposition.
This cultivar was selected by John Hummer in 2000. Caracterized by the larger size of the pitchers which can reach 6 cm to 8 cm and the erected lid. Flowering: 6/8, small white flowers.
Small perennial rhizomatous plant, 5 cm tall, red and brown colored. 2 kinds of leaves (normal and pitcher trap). Flowering: 6/8 tiny white flowers.