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“This is a carnivorous plant called Drosera or Sundew that I saw at the green market at Union Square last weekend.”
“This terrarium contains examples of the Australian lance-leafed sundew (Drosera adelae) and the delicate triggerplant (Stylidium debile), both of which are carnivorous.”
“Species of interest include the only two Orchid species recorded in Niger Eulophia cucculataa, E. guineensis, and the insectivorous plant Drosera indica, all of which are sensitive to grazing and trampling.”
“Drosera roraima and Utricularia humboldtii. 18 of these endemic taxa have been identified on the tepuis Summit endemics occur on most or all mountains, others are highly localized to a single summit, and on Auyántepui for example, 900 species of higher plants have been recorded many endemic to that massif.”
“Drosera cuneifolia was the previous entry in this blog.”
“Drosera cuneifolia by Matthew Opel — a South African carnivorous plant, in cultivation.”
“Drosera cuneifolia is the next entry in this blog.”
“Drosera cuneifolia grows on open ground in scrubby fynbos vegetation.”
“Drosera cuneifolia, a South African carnivorous plant, in cultivation.”
“We even spoke a secret Linnaean language with its own poetry: Drosera rotundifolia, Impatiens nolitangere, Myosurus minimus, Dolomedes fimbriatus.”
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