Time lapse - drosera trapping prey

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Uploaded By: Veronis . Category: Drosera . Added on: 30 October 2009.
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Richard_N
Richard_N
Its definately not an Aliciae. In my opinion, in the order shown in the video, I believe its spatulata (?), rotundifolia (definately sure), and scorpioides (pygmy sundew).
8 years ago
Kbud
Kbud
Are those first few Drosera D. Aliciae? They sort of look like it! Anyway, sweet video!
8 years ago
PitcherPlanter
PitcherPlanter
i glad im not that fly!
10 years ago
manzano167
manzano167
SO AWSOME!
10 years ago
kittyklaws
kittyklaws
Woah, Neat!!! I am so getting one xP
10 years ago
dionaea muscipula
dionaea muscipula
wow, wouldn't i be awesome if they really did kill that fast
10 years ago
Matt
Matt
Cool video Veronis!
10 years ago

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