The federally endangered green pitcher plant (Sarracenia oreophila Sarraceniaceae) in flower. Thirty-five populations of this insectivorous perennial species remain in the southeastern U.S. Allozyme diversity is low in this species; small populations and geographically disjunct populations maintain the least genetic diversity.
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