BSA Online Image Collection - Carnivorous Plants

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Byblis spp. Cephalotus Cephalotus Darlingtonia, frontal view Darlingtonia, side view
         
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Venus' flytrap flower with leaf rosettes barely visible Dionaea muscipula, flowering Dionaea muscipula, leaf closeup Dionaea muscipula, flower Dionaea muscipula
         
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Dionaea muscipula, leaf w/insect Young Venus' flytrap leaves Young Venus' flytrap seedling with first trap leaves Cleared Venus' flytrap leaf Dionaea muscipula, leaf x.s. w/Sarracenia
         
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Young Venus' flytrap seedling with first trap leaves Dionaea muscipula, leaf macroscopic Vegetative propagation of Venus' flytrap from leaf bases Venus' flytrap flower with stigma, anthers and ovary Venus' flytrap seedlings
         
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Young Venus' flytrap leaves Vegetative propagation of Venus' flytrap from leaf bases Vegetative propagation of Venus' flytrap from leaf bases Vegetative propagation of Venus' flytrap from leaf bases Vegetative propagation of Venus' flytrap from leaf bases
         
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Drosera, leaf w/insect Drosera leaves with prey-capturing glandular trichomes Cleared Drosera leaf Drosera leaves with prey-capturing glandular trichomes Drosera leaves with prey-capturing glandular trichomes
         
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Drosera leaves with prey-capturing glandular trichomes Drosera, tentacle, l.s. Drosera leaves with prey-capturing glandular trichomes Drosera leaves with prey-capturing glandular trichomes Drosera, whole plant
         
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Drosophyllum leaves with prey-capturing glandular trichomes Drosera spp.      
         
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Nepenthes, sp., leaf inflorescence Nepenthes sp., flowers Mature Nepenthes trap Young Nepenthes leafb Nepenthes, sp., leaves
         
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Pinguicula vulgaris, leaves Pinguicula vulgaris, whole plant Pinguicula vulgaris, leaf w/insect Pinguicula vulgaris, flower  
         
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Sarracenia alata Sarracenia alata, trap contents Sarracenia leucophylla Sarracenia purpurea, whole plant Sarracenia purpurea
         
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Pollinators of the northern pitcher plant, Sarracenia purpurea, include two bee species, Bombus affinis and Augochlorella aurata, and one fly species, Flecherimyia fletcheri Side view of pitcher plant (Sarracenia purpurea), Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Note the very small stigma on the upwardly curved style; the ovary is visibly seen. Hand pollination of pitcher plant, Sarracenia purpurea Sarracenia purpurea, whole plant Sarracenia purpurea
         
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Sarracenia purpurea, leaves Sarracenia purpurea, leaf closeup Sarracenia rubra, leaf Sarracenia rubra, flower Sarracenia rubra
         
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Sarracenia sp. Sarracenia sp. Sarracenia young pitcher plant leaf Sarracenia sp. Sarracenia rubra
         
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Utricularia bladder formation Utricularia bladder formation Utricularia bladder formation Utricularia bladder formation Utricularia bladder formation
         
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Utricularia sp., flower Utricularia flowers, face view Utricularia flowers, face view    

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