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On the Darlingtonia californica

John Torrey

On the Darlingtonia californica

a new pitcher-plant from Northern California

by John Torrey

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Published by Smithsonian Institution in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Darlingtonia californica.

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche. Washington, D.C., Brookhaven Press, 1978. on no. 1 of 7 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.

    Statementby John Torrey.
    SeriesSmithsonian contributions to knowledge -- v. 6, art. 4, Smithsonian Institution publication -- 61, Publication (Smithsonian Institution) -- 61.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ11 .S68 vol. 6
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination7, [1] p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22223509M

      Darlingtonia Trail on Highway in Smith River National Recreation Area. You’ll learn how this serpentine geology affects plant life and explains the presence of Darlingtonia californica, also known as California pitcher plant and cobra lily. Darlingtonia Trail Key Data. Darlintonia californica grows along stream sides and in bogs in northern California and adjacent parts of Oregon as shown in Figures 2 & 3. Although the distribution of Darlingtonia is somewhat similar to the distribution of serpentine rocks in these areas, they aren't identical at all. Darlingtonia doesn't appear restricted to the serpentine sites, but it does appear to grow well in areas.

    Browse the archive of articles on Nature. Books Received | 22 December The Wild Garden; or, Our Groves and Shrubberies made beautiful by the Naturalisation of Hardy Exotic Plants. Guide to Growing California Pitcher Plant and Cobra lily How to Grow Darlingtonia Plants in your Garden Gardener's HQ Guide to Growing California Pitcher Plant and Cobra lily. Darlingtonia is a genus of carnivorous plants and is a hardy perennial.. They can grow from 30 to 90 cm in height and carry hooded greeny purple flowers with veins and pits designed to attract insects into the lure.

    The live Darlingtonia in this first area seemed small, and highly outnumbered by last season’s dead growth. The ground also felt dryer than I expected. This little guy had the reddest coloring we saw on any plants there. Nearly all other pitchers were completely green. "Mona - the magical healer of Darlingtonia - has been my herbalist since September Her open-hearted sessions and plant medicine tinctures have been essential to my trauma recovery process, and my ongoing wellness of body, heart and spirit. Here is a free book .


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On the Darlingtonia californica by John Torrey Download PDF EPUB FB2

The California Pitcher Plant. The Cobra Lily. Chrysamphora californica. This fantastic carnivorous plant has captured the minds of botanists, carnivorous plant enthusiasts, and the public since its discovery in Darlingtonia californica is a rare plant, found only on the upper California and Oregon coasts and in the nearby mountain ranges.5/5(5).

In the first hundred or so pages of Darlingtonia, the following sentence (or some close variant of it) appears probably a dozen or so times in reference to the books main character, Dylan Kinsey: She checks her Facebook, her Twitter, her Instagram, and her Gmail.4/5.

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Addeddate Identifier biostor Identifier-ark ark://t1kh8ht10 Journal Carnivorous plant newsletter Ocr ABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR). One species, Darlingtonia californica Torr. (), occupying boggy habitats in the northwest United States of America (southern Oregon, northern California).

Darlintonia californica grows along stream sides and On the Darlingtonia californica book bogs in northern California and adjacent parts of Oregon as shown in Figures 2 & 3. Although the distribution of Darlingtonia is somewhat similar to the distribution of serpentine rocks in.

Darlingtonia californica sprouts. The non-carnivorous cotyledon leaf on the left still has the seed attached. The non-carnivorous cotyledon leaf on the left still has the seed attached. The first carnivorous leaves already look wicked.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Torrey, John, On the Darlingtonia californica, a new pitcher-plant from northern California.

The Darlingtonia californica (Cobra Lily) grows naturally on the west coast of North America, California U.S.A. The Californian cobras grow in high altitudes, in seeps where the water comes out of springs and is extremely : Triffid Park.

Cobra lily: Darlingtonia californica. on January 7, ; in Freaky plants; 1 Comment; This, and the next few posts, will be a bit random because I am going to feature a few insectivorous plants.

The only reason is that at Dublin Botanics at the weekend there were several that looked good. I will start with the cobra lily: Darlingtonia.

This monograph is a very technical volume useful for those who can tell a bract from a bracteole, and a peduncle from a pedicel. Otherwise it may go over the head of the reader. But if you love this genus, the book is required reading.

Little Darlingtonia californica; Baby Darlingtonia californica; Seedling Drosera cistiflora; Immature plants. Fowlie, J. Notes on the habitat and ecological relationships of Cypripedium californicum A. Gray and Darlingtonia californica.

Orchid Digest. 46(5): [] Franck, Daniel H. Early histogenesis of the adult leaves of Darlingtonia californica (Sarraceniaceae) and its bearing on the nature of epiascidiate foliar a. darlingtonia Found around springheads and by cold streams in the hills of California and Oregon, the Cobra Lily has a unique appearence with it's superficial resemblance to a cobra poised to strike.

Mainly flying insects are attracted to the nectar secreting glands on the tongue, which acts as a landing platform. Genus Darlingtonia are carnivorous perennials with several pitcher-like leaves hooded at the top, and solitary, nodding flowers in spring Details D. californica is a perennial to 40cm, forming a rosette of trumpet-shaped leaves with the red-veined top folded over to form a hood with a reddish appendage.

Darlingtonia californica: A complete list of literature as of Compiled by Christine Elder ([email protected]) Austin, R. Letters to W. Canby on Society of Natural History of Delaware, Winmington, DE: Wilmington Institute Free Library.

It goes by the names California pitcher plant, cobra lily or its scientific name of Darlingtonia californica. Setting off on the loop trail, interpretive signs will educate and delight you with the details about the trees and shrubs you are seeing along the path, including Incense Cedar, Douglas Fir, salal, evergreen huckleberry and in the.

Darlingtonia Californica (Cobra Lily) facts. His Veins Run Cold When He Realizes Who's Been Haunting The Homestead All Along - Duration: Homesteading Off The Grid 3, views.

Darlingtonia californica, a dicot, is a perennial herb (carnivorous) that is native to California and Oregon. California Rare Plant Rank: (limited distribution). CNPS Inventory/5. The Cobra Lily: Darlingtonia californica Not actually a lily at all, but more closely related to Sarracenia.

There is only one species in the genus. Originally discovered in by botanist J.D. Brackenridge, the plants are endemic to extreme Northern California and Southern Oregon USA. Darlingtonia californica is a carnivorous plant native to Oregon and northern California’s few areas of boglands and meadows that have acidic soils with low nitrogen.John Torrey has written: 'America' -- subject(s): Accessible book 'On the Darlingtonia californica, a new pitcher-plant from northern California' -- subject(s): Darlingtonia californica 'A flora.

The cobra lily (Darlingtonia californica) is a patient and devious predatory plant native to Northern California and Southern Oregon. Also called the California pitcher plant, it has evolved an astonishing set of adaptations that allow it to trap, kill and digest its animal prey using highly modified pitcher-shaped leaves.