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In this study we asked if carnivorous plants occur in particular group sizes and if this "pack size" affects prey capture rates per leaf.
A silhouette of the carnivorous dinosaur Kayentapus ambrokholohali from southern Africa, with a human to scale
From one species of Venus' flytrap - there is only one species, Dionaea muscipula - breeders have gone to town, and Szesze's Carnivorous Plant Nursery sells more than 30 varieties.
The first rise of epizootic process is connected, obviously, with the reproductive period at wild and house carnivorous (wolves, foxes, corsac foxes), and from November to February with the period of moving of young growth.
Carnivorous plants employ a variety of different techniques to capture their prey, which largely consists of insects, arthropods and other small animals.
Cook is a collector of rare carnivorous plants in addition to selling them over the Internet.
Leading experts from across the continent will descend on the zoo for the two-day exhibition - seen as Europe's showpiece carnivorous plant event on July 2 and 3.
Presence of potential animal prey for carnivorous plants may vary among environments and seasons, so that different populations of plants establish themselves in the presence of particular communities of prey (Zamora et al.
The unlucky insect has fallen into the clutches of a carnivorous (car-NIH-vor-us) plant.
26, 2010 (TAP) -- Tunisian and Foreign geologists have discovered left tracks of herbivorous and carnivorous dinosaurs on a mountain near the southern villages of Chenini and Douiret.
In the tropics, carnivorous plants trap unsuspecting prey in a cavity filled with liquid known as a "pitcher.
CDATA[ New Tel Aviv University research investigates anti-fungal agents in the sticky "pitchers" of carnivorous plants.