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By jlagrange9137
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Joined:  Sun Oct 09, 2016 3:52 am
#284019
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Found outside of my work in northwest Ohio, looks like it has sticky hairs on it and I don't recognize it. Of course it might not be carnivorous.

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By tannerm
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#284023
That's definitely not carnivorous.


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By jlagrange9137
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#284038
OK. I wasn't sure. It looked hairy

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By Maiden
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Joined:  Tue Sep 10, 2013 12:46 am
#284054
Nice plant :)

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By Fishkeeper
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#284341
It's probably just sticky/hairy to discourage insects. Sundews are thought to have evolved from something like that, so it might be carnivorous in a few thousand years, but right now it's just a sticky plant.
By Bhart90
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Joined:  Mon Sep 07, 2015 1:38 pm
#284461
Looks like it is of the violet family, wild of course
By jlagrange9137
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#284463
I think it's pretty. Regardless of what type of plant.

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