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I thought I would post up a few extras. I wanted to show the pitcher size of the Nepenthes miranda compared to those of the ventrata and thought I might as well add a few more rather than just post a single photo. :)
1 - Me holding one of the pitchers of the Nepenthes miranda.
2 - The photographic evidence I spoke of previously. That certainly looks like a small reptilian tail there doesn't it?
3 - Tail of the VFT victim from another angle.
4 - With light behind the trap it can be clearly seen that it is in fact some sort of small lizard. Being a lover of reptiles too I find this quite a shame, but you can't interfere with nature.
5 & 6 - Close-ups of The Cape Sundew.
29th Jun 2008, 20:28
| tags:carnivore,carnivorous plants,dionaea muscipula,drosera,fly traps,lizard victim,nature,nepenthes,pitcher,pitcher plant,plant,sundew,venus fly trap