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.
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. Petite plante vivace à rhizome, 5 cm de haut, colorée de rouge et de brun. 2 kinds of leaves (normal and pitcher trap). Flowering: 6/8, tiny white flowers.