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Explores the discovery of Nepenthes attenboroughii and other carnivorous plants found in the same area
Learn how Bladderworts cach their prey
Explores the evolutionary path of the Venus flytraps and how it is related with other carnivorous plants
The Science behind the amazing traps of Nepenthes albomarginata
New discovery of a plant which catches and digests worms using underground leaves. The plant was not known to be carnivorous
Explores the traps of Sarracenia Purpurea under the Microsope
The discovery of a tiny new frog living in nepenthes
An introduction to Carnivorous plants which can be grown outdoors in the UK
Discovery of a new species of nepenthes which grows from a rhizome
discover how one species of Ant survives living in Nepenthes pitchers
Find out what this new fossil find is teaching us about Carnivorous plant evolution.
Carnivorous plants are relying less on insects because of higher levels of nitrogen.
Learn about how Heliamphora traps insects using wettable hairs
Discover how Nepenthes gacilis traps it's prey using a springboard like
Learn about how many carnivorous plants glow blue when exposed to UV razes
Learn about the relationships between Nepenthes and tree shrews.
Learn about the discovery of a bat which roosts in a Nepenthes of Borneo.
Find out how wolf spiders and sundews compete
When introduced to a non-native bog environment Sarracenia can become naturalised and invasive
Can nepenthes help produce new antibacterial products. This article from nature suggests that this may be possible.
Learn how habitat loss is threatening many new species of Nepenthes including 12 found just last year
There have been suggestions that many species of common plants could be carnivorous, but how could this be true. find out and make up your own mind.
Nepenthes species shown at the Chelsea Flower Show seven years ago is discovered to be a new species
A Nepenthes which has being grown in Kew Gardens for the last 10 years is discovered to be a new species
Learn about what can be learnt from the ecosystems of the purple pitcher plant
Learn about the new materials inspired by Nepenthes pitchers
Learn how a species of nepenthes offers shelter to ants in return for faeces and also protection
Find out about how our knowledge of Nepenthes rajah has changed since the Private life of Plants
Discover new research shows that this may not be true
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