Dutchman's Pipe, Aristolochia. As you may know, carnivores are a specialty at ABG, and if you've been to the Fuqua Conservatory, you've almost certainly seen many fine Nepenthes on display. But Nepenthes aristolochiodes is something special.
How does the trap work? Some insects, like flies, tend to fly toward a light source. They land on the rim to gather nectar. After their (last) meal they fly toward the illuminated interior, crash into the rear wall and fall into the liquid filled abyss below, where they drown and are digested.
Sarracenia psittacina, Sarracenia minor and Darlingtonia californica.
You can see Nepenthes aristolochiodes in the Tropical High Elevation House of the Fuqua Orchid Center.