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Wild CPs in St. Croix

Hey Everyone:

I'll be headed to St. Croix in March and wondered if anyone knew of any carnivorous plants native to the island. I tried a quick Google search, but didn't see anything mentioned. I'd assume a Utric and/or Ping would be on the menu, if any are there. If anyone knows anything, please let me know.

Nothing listed in "Flora of St. Croix and the Virgin Islands" by Eggers, H. F. A. Baron von, (Heinrich Franz Alexander) other than Tillandsia. Of course something may have been introduced since the 19th Century.


Links to view the book online or download PDF or text versions are on the right of the page.
Hmm...that's what I found, too. Just figured that I'd ask. Thanks!