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Photos of carnivorous plants other than the Venus Flytrap

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By PeatMoss
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I took a few more photos:

D. adelae:

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D. capensis "typical":

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D. regia:

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D. venusta:

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Cephalotus looks like it got hold of some lipstick:

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N. veitchii with a little bit of banding:

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This one is of the nectar secreting protuberance underneath the lid but it did not quite turn out:

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I also took some better photos of my setup:

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By Steve_D
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Beautiful photos; great exposures! Thanks for posting all the great CP photos, PeatMoss! :D
By PeatMoss
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Thanks!

@Darkrai283: I used a macro lens, it is 40mm but keep in mind that I crop and edit all of my photos.

I was taking some photos during my tryptophan induced torpor and some of them turned out:

A bad photo of D. regia but I like seeing the sessile glands:

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A D. regia leaf unfurling:

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I have not yet shown any Utricularia in this thread and my seedgrown longifolia are looking good:

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Love cephalotus:

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N. veitchii is drooling a little bit, just like me at christmas dinner:

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