plants in habitat.

A typical population of Sarracenia psittacina in W Alabama along a roadside ditch. S. psittacina grows with S. leucophylla (dominant), S. alata (less numerous), Drosera filiformis tracyi (common), Utricularia cornuta (local), and other interesting plants. The habitat is vulnerable and conservation dependent but nevertheless, reckless poachers have dug up a good portion of (probably) S. alata from easily accessible (visible from the road) spots (only holes remained in the soil). Unjustifiable.

Photo Info
Name: [Sarracenia psittacina]
Credit: Jan Schlauer
Date: May, 22, 2001