WHS where carnivorous plants can be found in the wild.
|Alejandro de Humboldt National Park||includes five species of carnivorous plants, one being the sole Cuban epiphyte Pinguicula lignicola (UNEP-WCMC)|
|Canaima National Park||The vegetation, isolated for millennia on infertile soils, is characterized by endemism and carnivory, eg: Heliamphora spp.,Drosera roraima and Utricularia humboldtii. (UNEP-WCMC)|
|Great Barrier Reef||Drosera adelae, native to Hinchinbrook Island|
|Gunung Mulu||various species of Nepenthes|
|Kakadu National Park||Yellow bladderwort (Utricularia fulva)|
|Kinabalu Park||the richest collection in the world for the Nepenthes pitcher plants (five of the thirteen are found nowhere else on earth) which reach spectacular proportions (the largest-pitchered in the world being the endemic Nepenthes rajah: an insectivorous pitcher plant. It is endemic to Mount Kinabalu and neighbouring Mount Tambuyukon in Sabah (wiki)|
|Mount Hamiguitan||nepenthes hamiguitanensis|
|Rainforests of the Atsinanana||Nepenthes masoalensis|
|Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras||local carnivorous pitcher plants can be seen all over the province of Ifugao|
|Wet Tropics of Queensland||Drosera adelae, Drosera schizandra and Nepenthes mirabilis|
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