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We also designed an artificial Venus flytrap that can close only if a mechanical load is applied within a designated time interval, and a box that only opens if both oil and water are present."
"The worst calls I have received are those of a bat stuck to freshly poured blacktop or to sticky flytraps placed outside.
Head over to the Venus Flytrap Big Top late night Saturday where you and your friends can belt out classic hits from across the decades.
M Muckelberg A Venus flytraps are bog plants and as such are usually planted in peat with some drainage added such as sharp sand, to replicate their natural environment.
Michael Szesze was 10 in the early 1960s when he came across the bizarre Venus' flytrap, which appealed to young minds because it seemed to be a plant well on its way to becoming an animal.
By-products of salt production are sold for uses as varied as Venus flytrap food, fuel for model steam trains, cigar humidors, and supplements for race horses and even racing camels.
The label on my Venus flytrap - Dionaea muscipula - says it should be watered using rainwater.
The books can be read in any order as they are standalone stories, although The Human Flytrap was the first published and does set the scene more than the others.
Somewhat reminiscent of a Venus flytrap, Audrey II consumes increasingly copious amounts of animal protein before ultimately meeting her demise.
An exploration into the underworld of Venus flytrap poaching in North Carolina, from the day laborers who collect them to the medical researchers buying them
The menacing Germinal #2, 1953, composed of three modular pods and crowned by petals, recalls both Brancusi's Endless Column and a carnivorous plant, a Venus flytrap ready to swallow any insect dumb enough to be ensnared by it.
No other plant holds such a high reputation in its specialism to carnivory than Venus flytrap, Dionaea muscipula, and the fascination Darwin had for this plant is shared by modern scientists.