I want to know what kind of wild Sarracenia and Sundews are found growing in the same bog as Venus Fly Traps? This is just something that interests me for many reasons. I am in western Canada so I just can't drive up to areas were they are and see for myself or I would. I have done some research myself in the wonderful world of Google but it just gives me plants from different areas and not necessarily what I am looking for.
Read all about it in: Current Practice in the Use of Subspecies, Variety, and Forma in the Classification of Wild Plants. Clement W. Hamilton and Sarah H. Reichard. Taxon Vol. 41, No. 3 (Aug., 1992), pp. 485-498.
The green swamp is a large area, there's still a lot of it left. I doubt advocates of Dionaea would allow the entire thing to be destroyed...though it has been greatly fragmented. If by flava "cutthroat" you are referring to rugelii, this variety does not occur in the Carolinas.
The Green Swamp Preserve is owned by the Nature Conservancy, and has large portions still intact with some nice populations of cp still. I visit there in 2012, but only for a very short time. In just the parking area near the Barrow pit pond I saw S. flava, D. capillaris, D. intermedia, and U. inflata. www.wildlifesouth.com/Locations/NorthCarolina/GreenSwamp.html
Where about's are the best places to see CP's in the wild besides the Green swamp in North or South Carolina? If you specify an area please put a list of species that you could find. Perhaps just for interest we should start up a forum in regards to this, as it may be interesting to see what is in those specific areas.