- Product Review (submitted on October 15, 2011):
- Its' bizarre, yet highly functional traps more than make up for what this nifty cultivar may lack in size. The cupped trap may need a touch more of TLC, but it's worth the necessary effort. The celia (teeth) and trap interiors can boast blood red tones, adding to this little oddity's ferocious, alien-appearance. I've purchased six of these little gems, with ambitions to grow the largest Cupped-Trap ever.