Venus Fly Traps at FlytrapStore.com

These Venus Flytraps all have unusual characteristics, some of which developed as a result of genetic mutation.

We offer a lot of different Venus Flytraps at FlytrapStore.com. It can be confusing for new enthusiasts to determine which to buy, so each of us has made a top-ten list of our own favorite Venus Flytraps to consider. List of favorite Venus Flytraps

Unusual Flytraps

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  1. Umgekrempelt
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    Umgekrempelt is an extremely odd and unique Venus flytrap. Umgekrempelt is German for "reversed" and refers to the inside-out appearance of the traps. Learn More
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  2. BCP Kim Jong-Il
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    A creepy little dictator of a plant, BCP Kim Jong-Il is, in our opinion, the best clone in the dictator series offered by Best Carnivorous Plants (BCP). Also known as BCP 1343-02, BCP Kim Jong-Il is a very, very small Venus flytrap variety -- overall maximum size is about 2 inches in diameter -- with unusual trap shape and gnarly little jagged teeth along the edge of its small traps.

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  3. Trichterfalle x Coquillage
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    Trictherfalle x Coquillage is a superior plant selected from many seedling from this cross breeding done in 2012. It exhibits unusually long "teeth" that rival or even surpass those of Phalanx, and extreme scaling, or cresting, on the leaves, similar to Schuppenstiel but even more pronounced at times. Additionally, it regularly produced "pitfall traps" similar to the mother plant, Trichterfalle. It can produce beautiful coloration, and is a hardy upright grower. Learn More
  4. Schuppenstiel I
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    Schuppenstiel I, which means "scary stalk" in German, is a Venus Flytrap with extreme scaling, or cresting, on the leaf-bases. The scaling gives the leaves a "rough" look similar to human skin when viewed up close! It can also develop bright red attractive coloration on trap interiors. Unique and scarily beautiful! Learn More
    As low as $29.95
  5. Alien
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    'Alien' is a Venus fly trap clone originating from Europe that has extremely elongated traps and unique looking teeth that give it the appearance of the terrifying alien from Ridley Scott's famous film. Its traps can grow surprisingly large, and it is a very hardy cultivar. Learn More
  6. FTS Lunatic Fringe
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    FTS Lunatic Fringe, a Flytrap Store exclusive Venus Flytrap. A FlytrapStore original clone raised from seed that was harvested in 2009, "FTS Lunatic Fringe" is easily recognizable by its uniquely highly serrated trap margins, which are even more serrated than those of Sawtooth or Bristletooth. FTS Lunatic Fringe is capable of producing very large traps and is a very unique and attractive cultivar. Learn More
  7. Coquillage
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    'Coquillage' is the french word for "shell" and refers to the shape of the trap which resembles a seashell, especially when closed. Nothing else can be mistaken for Coquillage, as it is extremely unique. In addition to its unique beauty, Coquillage is also extraordinarily hardy and grows very well. Learn More
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  8. Trev's Dracula
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    Not to be confused with Polish Dracula, this Dracula was obtained directly from Trev Cox of Ireland. This clone originated first and is more highly touted for its blood-red traps and serrated teeth. FlytrapStore is the only carnivorous plant nursery in the United States to have offered a Dracula Venus fly trap obtained directly from Trev Cox. Note: Interestingly, the saw-tooth development for Trev's Dracula is seasonal, showing up most strongly in the Summer. Photos of the plant can be found here: Photos of Dionaea Dracula. The most famous photo of Trev's Dracula can be seen here: Infamous photo of Trev's Dracula Learn More
    As low as $34.95
  9. MD Buttcheeks
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    This unusual Venus flytrap produces traps that look very much like buttcheeks, hence the name! Photos here: MD Buttcheeks Venus flytrap Photos Learn More
  10. Phalanx
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    Named for its very long marginal lashes that are usually red in coloration, Phalanx is a very striking Venus flytrap. If you like Phalanx, be sure to check out another plant from our own breeding program, Trictherfalle x Coquillage, that has very long "teeth" which rival or surpass those of Phalanx! Photos of this wonderful flytrap can be found here: Photos of Phalanx Venus flytrap. Learn More
    As low as $34.95
  11. Booman's Mutant
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    Booman's Mutant is an awesome little chameleon. The appearance of Booman's Mutant varies drastically from season to season. It normally has long, thin leaf-bases, similar to Korean Melody Shark. And in the spring traps look almost normal, but are slightly misshapen with shorter-than-normal teeth (cilia). As the growing season progresses, the teeth get shorter and shorter and almost appear non-existent during the winter months, as shown in the product photo. Learn More
  12. Scarlatine
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    Scarlatine is a spotted sawtooth Venus flytrap, similar to Spotty but with stable variegation. This plant was selected by and sourced from French Venus flytrap grower Lucien Blacher. A very vigorous and large growing plant. Beautiful, to say the least! Learn More
  13. Freaky Star
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    "Freaky Star" was chosen for great distinction by Araflora in the Netherlands, because of its extremely uncommon and highly remarkable traps that are much different than a typical Venus Flytrap. Freaky Star showcases razor-frayed trap margins, resembling an exploding star. Learn More
  14. Wacky Traps
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    It doesn't get much more unique than this one! Venus Flytraps are already unique and rare, but Wacky Traps is truly an awesomely wacky Venus Flytrap, sporting jagged traps that goes this-way-and-that, never what you expect. It is made of uniquely thick plant tissue, giving it a cactus-like feel, and providing hardiness against the elements. It can develop cool spotted red-toned coloration on the trap interiors. Wacky Traps used to be almost impossible to get until Matt obtained it from overseas. A collector's item for sure; quite a find. It is a genetically smaller plant than the "giant" flytraps, instead putting its energy into its wackiness! Learn More
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  15. Trichterfalle
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    Trichterfalle, also known as "Funnel Trap," is a bizarre Venus Fly trap that grows traps which are fused together at the inner margins where the trap connects to the rest of the leaf. This fusing creates an interesting and odd looking trap like no other flytrap produces. Trichterfalle also occasionally has "scaling" on the leaves which gives them a rough, sand paper-like appearance at certain times of the year. Learn More
  16. Korean Melody Shark
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    Korean Melody Shark is a very unusual and rare Venus Flytrap. The petioles (the long part of the leaf that supports the trap) of Korean Melody Shark lack flanges, and therefore resemble jungle vines, sometimes curling around in squiggly shapes. The traps are uniquely shaped like music notes, and are colored a pleasing light tangerine color. The cilia are even unique, with a jagged sawtooth-like pattern. Overall, about as unique of a flytrap as you can find, and really out-of-this-world looking. Learn More
    As low as $29.95
  17. Long Red Fingers
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    Long Red Fingers is a small but unusual and attractive Venus Flytrap clone. The spines on the traps of Long Red Fingers are not only long and often red, but frequently fused and crossed. Also, the traps are a cup shape, rather than the typical Venus Flytrap shape. Very nice clone. Learn More
  18. Fused Tooth
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    The Fused Tooth Venus Flytrap has marginal spines that are fused together in various and fascinating ways, giving it a very distinctive and otherworldly appearance. It is definitely one of the most unique Venus Flytraps, and can also develop beautiful red coloration on the trap interiors. 'Fused Tooth' is an officially registered Venus Flytrap cultivar. Note: Interestingly, the fusing of the marginal spines of Fused Tooth is variable and seasonal, most fused in Summer and early Fall, least fused during late Fall, Winter and early Spring. Learn More
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