pitcher plant - sarracenia

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pitcher plant - sarracenia: pitcher plant - sarracenia purpurea, found in Glasgows Botanic Garden.Insects are attracted to the colorful leaf rosettes that resemble flowers; the red lip of the "pitcher" is particularly attractive as a landing zone. Red veins that lead downward are baited with nectar. Following this lure, prey reach the curve of the tube, which is lined with fine hairs, all pointing downward. The animal falls into the pitcher, which contains rain, dew, and a digestive enzyme that soon dissolves the victim. Ouch!
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pitcher plant - sarracenia purpurea, found in Glasgows Botanic Garden.Insects are attracted to the colorful leaf rosettes that resemble flowers; the red lip of the "pitcher" is particularly attractive as a landing zone. Red veins that lead downward are baited with nectar. Following this lure, prey reach the curve of the tube, which is lined with fine hairs, all pointing downward. The animal falls into the pitcher, which contains rain, dew, and a digestive enzyme that soon dissolves the victim. Ouch!
pitcher plant - sarracenia: pitcher plant - sarracenia purpurea, found in Glasgows Botanic Garden.Insects are attracted to the colorful leaf rosettes that resemble flowers; the red lip of the "pitcher" is particularly attractive as a landing zone. Red veins that lead downward are baited with nectar. Following this lure, prey reach the curve of the tube, which is lined with fine hairs, all pointing downward. The animal falls into the pitcher, which contains rain, dew, and a digestive enzyme that soon dissolves the victim. Ouch!
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Dimensions: 2592px * 1944px
Published: September - 21 - 2010
Camera: Canon
Date: 2010:09:14 13:24:43
Aperture:147/32
Exposure: 1/30
Focal length: 711/32
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pitcher plant - sarracenia: pitcher plant - sarracenia purpurea, found in Glasgows Botanic Garden.Insects are attracted to the colorful leaf rosettes that resemble flowers; the red lip of the "pitcher" is particularly attractive as a landing zone. Red veins that lead downward are baited with nectar. Following this lure, prey reach the curve of the tube, which is lined with fine hairs, all pointing downward. The animal falls into the pitcher, which contains rain, dew, and a digestive enzyme that soon dissolves the victim. Ouch! pitcher plant - sarracenia: pitcher plant - sarracenia purpurea, found in Glasgows Botanic Garden.Insects are attracted to the colorful leaf rosettes that resemble flowers; the red lip of the "pitcher" is particularly attractive as a landing zone. Red veins that lead downward are baited with nectar. Following this lure, prey reach the curve of the tube, which is lined with fine hairs, all pointing downward. The animal falls into the pitcher, which contains rain, dew, and a digestive enzyme that soon dissolves the victim. Ouch! pitcher plant - sarracenia: pitcher plant - sarracenia purpurea, found in Glasgows Botanic Garden.Insects are attracted to the colorful leaf rosettes that resemble flowers; the red lip of the "pitcher" is particularly attractive as a landing zone. Red veins that lead downward are baited with nectar. Following this lure, prey reach the curve of the tube, which is lined with fine hairs, all pointing downward. The animal falls into the pitcher, which contains rain, dew, and a digestive enzyme that soon dissolves the victim. Ouch! pitcher plant - sarracenia: pitcher plant - sarracenia purpurea, found in Glasgows Botanic Garden.Insects are attracted to the colorful leaf rosettes that resemble flowers; the red lip of the "pitcher" is particularly attractive as a landing zone. Red veins that lead downward are baited with nectar. Following this lure, prey reach the curve of the tube, which is lined with fine hairs, all pointing downward. The animal falls into the pitcher, which contains rain, dew, and a digestive enzyme that soon dissolves the victim. Ouch! 300px //b.rgbimg.com/users/a/ay/ayla87/600/mCH4elM.jpg 600px //b.rgbimg.com/users/a/ay/ayla87/600/mCH4elM.jpg 100px