Venus flytrap

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Venus flytrap

[after the insect-eating plant] See firewall machine.
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Two commercially purchased mature Dionaea muscipula plants flowering simultaneously were hand-pollinated to produce 120 seeds.
(2012) The digestive fluid of Drosera indica contains a cysteine endopeptidase ("droserain") similar to dionain from Dionaea muscipula. Carniv.
Jerra Incognita is the seductive Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) of the cartographic world, luring its prey with apparent promises of undiscovered delights, then quickly enveloping and devouring them while they still haplessly admire their surroundings.
Bodri 2:30 A REVERSIBLE SMOKE-INDUCED SECONDARY DORMANCY IN VENUS FLYTRAP (DIONAEA MUSCIPULA) SEED, Timothy Kennel, Jr.
Darwin also studied the Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula).
Venus flytraps (Dionaea muscipula), octopus plants (Drosera species) and pitcher plants (Sarracenia sp.) are three that are commonly sold for their novelty value.
The Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) has a folding leaf, the sundew (Drosera) a sticky surface, and the pitcher plant (Darlingtonia) columnar tubes.