Dionaea muscipula


Dionaea
muscipula J.Ellis, Nova Acta Regiae Soc. Sci. Upsal. 1: 98 1773.
(syn. Dionaea corymbosa Raf.; Dionaea sensitiva Salisb.; Dionaea sessiliflora Raf.; Dionaea uniflora Raf.; Drosera sessiliflora Raf.; Drosera uniflora Raf. [Illegitimate]);

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Venus Flytrap;


 
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Venus Fly Trap-PC-41-28.08.2015 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
please it is a carnivorous plant.
The pictures were taken from a Warsaw green house. Confirm the ID or correct it.
I think you are right. Pl. see Dionaea muscipula

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Flora-australia-49:  Insectivorus plant-2,
Venus fly trap .F-Droceraceae

This was seen in the Mount Tomah Botanical Park. it is part of Blue Mountain which is World Heritage site.

 


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