Venus flytrap(redirected from Dionea muscipula)
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Venus flytrapor Venus' flytrap also Venus's flytrap
An insectivorous plant (Dionaea muscipula) of the coastal plain of the Carolinas. It has hinged two-lobed leaves that close to entrap insects that land on them.
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A plant of North and South Carolina having leaf blades that are edged with bristles and that can close and trap insects. The insects are then digested and absorbed by the plant.
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n → Venusfliegenfalle f
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