Probably the most famous of all carnivorous plants
because of its swift movement of trap leaves, the Venus flytrap is endemic to
the Atlantic coastal plain of North America, where it is highly localized to
southeastern North Carolina and the adjacent
northeastern part of South Carolina, within a 100km radius
around the city of Wilmington on the N.C. coast. The plants are typically found on a moist surface in the
open pine tree forest, sometimes on a thick mat of sphagnum moss, sometimes
right on the white sand surface, often in company of other carnivorous
plants in the area such as sundews and terrestrial bladderworts........
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