Cephalotus is known as the Albany Pitcher Plant. It grows only near the town of Albany, in southwestern Australia. It isn't related to other pitcher plants, although it has some features that resemble them. In this picture, you can see, at the center, the "ordinary" leaves, which are just flat, as well as some of the leaves which have the pitcher form and can catch insects.
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