Extremely hidden carnivorous plants

Species of carnivorous plants are diverse in shape and type, making us easily confused and difficult to detect them.

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Heliamphora does not have direct contact with any pitcher plants, but the way they attract and kill insects is the same.They secrete a digestive enzyme, mainly symbiotic bacteria to resolve prey. Most of these species live in areas of heavy rain, high above and have notches to drain excess water.

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Bromeliads .This is a popular indoor plant, its leaves create a 'pit' of water.Few people know that this tree is also considered a carnivorous plant.It makes insects 'drown' in their water 'pit'.It seems that over time, the capture technology of this species has been improved.

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Meat-eating seeds. Capsella bursa-pastoris , also known as 'shepherd's bag' at first glance doesn't look like carnivorous plants.However, it is true that the seeds of this plant secrete a sticky substance when wet and there is evidence that mosquitoes are attracted to the adhesive and turned into nutritious nutrients.

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Trees catch ants . Other leaf-leaf plants, Nepenthes bicalcarate have leaf-shaped leaves, filled with liquid to lure, kill and digest insects.Another point is the delicious food of Nepenthes bicalcarate is the Camponotus Schmitzi ant.

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Nepenthes lowii-tree Toilet .Its sticky and sweet excretion attracted both tree shrews.It can even digest bird droppings into leaves.

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Warm lid trees catch bats .It is quite similar to toilets, but Nepenthes rafflesiana has a 'different' hobby of eating bats.

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Plants eat plants .Instead of eating animal meat, this plant is able to digest leaves, and plant parts.

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Thorny carnivorous plants .The beautiful water particles glittering on the thorns of the trees are the glue particles to trap the prey.This tree has the ability to catch prey very quickly, within 75 milliseconds.

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Deep catch tree .Many of these deep-caught species are common mushrooms that we still see.The root layer of the soil is a trap to kill earthworms that pass through the growing area.

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Roridula, insectivorous plants .This is considered one of the largest carnivorous plants in the world.Roridula can be up to 2m tall, full of spiky, sticky and short body.. But the new leaves are the place where the plants' insects are captured.

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