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sundew:

see Venus's-flytrapVenus's-flytrap,
insectivorous or carnivorous bog plant (Dionaea muscipula) native to the Carolina savannas and now widely cultivated as a novelty. The leaves, borne in a low rosette, resemble bear traps.
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sundew

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(botany)
Any plant of the genus Drosera of the family Droseraceae; the genus comprises small, herbaceous, insectivorous plants that grow on all continents, especially Australia.
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The sundew will then curl itself inwards, wrap up and digest its prey.
All three species - and their variants - are winter hardy in the Mid-Atlantic, as are flytraps and many sundews.
Laboratory comparison of sundew leaves to sticky traps.--During our first field experiment comparing sticky traps to whole sundews, plants had a longer period to capture prey than did the sticky traps during the 52 h they were set out.
You call the Sundew pieces "artworks." Does the project have any practical application?
Allen refers to Swinburne's "The Sundew," originally published in The Spectator on July 26, 1862, but revised four years later for Poems and Ballads, and Charles Darwin's Insectivorous Plants (1875).
GOING, GOING: The hoof of 1957 National winner Sundew, a 1966 Cup Winners Cup medal and a 1906 celebration napkin
Residents saw around nine youths run from Broomlaw towards Sundew Road.
Mrs Forward's sighting was almost identical to that of Mr Sells, who lives in Sundew Close, Penarth.
The inaugural Sundew Handicap Chase at Haydock went to Neville Crump's John Jacques; renamed the Edward Hanmer Memorial Chase, it was won by Silver Buck four consecutive times (1979-82).
DIOLCH yn fawr iawn i Ann Jones, Croesor am ymateb i'mcais am lun o chwys yr haul hirddail neu'r gwlithlys hirddail (Drosera intermedia; 'oblong-leaved sundew') ac fe welwch y gwahaniaeth rhyngddo a'r gwlithlys neu chwys yr haul cyffredin (Drosera rotundifolia; round-leaved sundew).
The 47-year-old, of Sundew Street, Wood End, Coventry, volunteers as the MS Society regional secretary for the West Midlands, website editor for the West Midlands and Coventry branch website officer.
The 34-year-old actor and DJ, of Sundew Croft, Bromford Bridge, became notorious for protesting outside West Midlands Police's Birmingham city centre HQ over allegations he was stopped almost 60 times in 11 years.