You guys should check this out if you are interested, it's pretty cool!
http://www.pinguicula.org/pages/Publica ... umbers.pdf
Plus, Flytraps and D. x Obovata share the same number of chromosomes (15 pairs, so 30 total) and are in the same family . Could that mean they could be hybridized?!
OH and Darlingtonia also has 30 chromosomes, that would be so cool to make a freak hybrid!