Venus Flytrap

Native of the United States to the wetlands of North and South Carolina, the Dionaea Muscipula (aka Venus Flytrap) first written description was made in 1759.

The Venus Flytrap catches its prey, insects and arachnids by trapping them using a “wolf trap” structure formed by the terminal portion of each of the plant’s leaves, which is triggered by tiny hairs (called “trigger hairs” or “sensitive hairs”) on their inner surfaces.

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