First time I have seen this flowering vine, the Fourleaf Vetch. This is a native plant and grows in and around moist areas.
Not a heat-loving type of plant, however, provides nectar for a variety of bees and butterflies during the cooler months in Florida.
What.. this a carnivrous plant?
You will most likely see these plants in the same area as the Pink Sundews. As the Sundews trap insects above, the Zigzag Bladderwort trap insects below. Very interesting!
When you start seeing the Netted Pawpaw in mid-February, you can be on the lookout for Zebra Swallowtails.
The fruit from this plant is a favorite treat for Gopher Tortoises and other wildlife.