I recently came across some articles in botany journals that describe populations of naturalized Dionaea muscipula (Venus Fly Traps) in NJ Pine Barren bogs. The latest article I found was from 1972, and it mentions a site where Dionaea was established and reseeding from plants placed there several decades earlier. I decided to visit the bog this morning, but I found nothing. The plants might have been lifted, or they could have died off naturally since the article was written. Does anyone know if stands of transplanted Dionaea still exist in the Pine Barrens? I'd like to see them at some point, but have no idea if wild populations can still be found in NJ.