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tropical pitcher plants
north american pitcher plants
sundews
flytraps
ant plants and ferns
weird, strange, bizzare, and beautifully odd
 
  MY GROW LIST
Nepenthes (Tropical Pitcher Plants)
  N. adnata
N. alata
N. albomarginata
   Kuching, spotted
   Penang, red
N. ampullaria
N. bellii
N. bicalcarata (Marudi)
N. camapanulata
N. eustachya
N. fusca
   Crocker range
   Kinabalu
N. gracilis
N. merrilliana
N. mirabilis
N. rafflesiana
   Kuching, squat red
   Sandakan
N. sanguinea (Genting)
N. sibuyanensis
N. spathulata
N. tobaica
N. truncata
N. ventricosa
N. vieillardii (red)
  N. bicalcarata x gracilis
N. x coccinea
N. rafflesiana x veitchii
N. hybrid
N. x ventrata
Dioneae Muscipula (Venus Flytrap)
Drosera (Sundew)
  D. aliciae
D. paradoxa
     
Drosera (sundews) must be the best catchers of little insects amongst carnivorous plants. They are semi-active carnivorous plants. Seen in their leaves are hair-like tentacles which contain sticky dew that trap the insect. Activity vary between species: moving tentacles that takes minutes to hours and coiling leaves. Species are diverse and natural habitats are spread in different zones.



D. aliciae



D. paradoxa
project: CARNIVORE