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Tip of a drosera binata. Taken with an iPhone 4s and a magntic macro lens

Dew from a tip of a drosera binata, which is a plant. Taken with an iPhone and a magntic macro lens

Joni Niemelä’s Macro Photographs Capture Carnivorous Plants’ Alien-Like Structures

Joni Niemelä’s Macro Photographs Capture Carnivorous Plants’ Alien-Like Structures (Top Design Plants)

Twirling

'In a Twirl' This tiny bogplant is called Drosera aliciae. Am I the only one who sees the Nine Inch Nails album cover for "Close to God"?

Drosera collinsiae inflorescence

Drosera collinsiae inflorescence

Sundew (carnivorous plant)

Carnivorous Plants – Beauty, Intrigue, and so much Fun~!

Carnivorous plants. Venus flytrap - Gardening For You

dionaea muscipula, commonly known as the venus fly tap, is a carnivorous plant native to subtropical wetlands on the east coast of the united states in north carolina and south carolina.

SEE "READ IT" FOR 10 CARNIVOROUS PLANTS. "Australian Drosera Glanduligera * Carnivorous * Very RARE."

Ten Plants That Put Meat on Their Plates

Albany Pitcher Plant (Cephalotus follicularis) Carnivorous plant endemic to south-western Western Australia.

#Sarracenia #carnivoroustagram #carnivorousplants #pitcherplants #californiacarnivores

#Sarracenia #carnivoroustagram #carnivorousplants #pitcherplants #californiacarnivores

Nepenthes  thorelii x aristolochioides

Predator N. densiflora N. glabrata N. glabrata N. lowii N. tenuis N. tenuis N. macrophylla AW N. thorelii x aristolochioides N.

Nepenthes. popularly known as tropical pitcher plants or monkey cups, is a genus of carnivorous plants in the monotypic family Nepenthaceae. - Gardening For You

popularly known as tropical pitcher plants or monkey cup carnivorous plants monotypic family Nepenthaceae. - Gardening For You

So, as you can see these pitfall traps filled with digestive acids & enzymes, are being hybridized into some ridiculously huge pitchers capable of digesting mammals & birds. (notice the mans hand holding the tendril)

I DO NOT LIKE HUMANS MAKING THESE! So, as you can see these pitfall traps filled with digestive acids & enzymes, are being hybridized into some ridiculously huge pitchers capable of digesting mammals & birds. (notice the mans hand holding the tendril)

Sundew (Drosera scorpiodes).   ("Drosera scorpiodes Door: Jan Meijvogel.")     Google search:  "Drosera, commonly known as the Sundews, is one of the largest genera of carnivorous plants, with at least 194 species. Wikipedia."      (Pinned both to Nature - P&F-Flowers-*Odd Non-Orchid Flowers... & Nature - P&F-Insectivorous/Carnivorous Plants....)

Sundew (Drosera scorpiodes). ("Drosera scorpiodes Door: Jan Meijvogel.") Google search: "Drosera, commonly known as the Sundews, is one of the largest genera of carnivorous plants, with at least 194 species. Wikipedia." (Pinned both to Nature - P&F-Flowers-*Odd Non-Orchid Flowers... & Nature - P&F-Insectivorous/Carnivorous Plants....)