Drosera


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  • noun

Synonyms for Drosera

the type genus of Droseraceae including many low bog-inhabiting insectivorous plants

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Cirsium oleraceum Cirsium palustre Deschampsia caespitosa + Drosera rotundifolia Epilobium adenocaulon Epilobium angustifolium + Epilobium hirsutum Epilobium montanum Eriophomm vaginatum + + + + Galinsoga ciliata Lycopodium annolinum Melampyrum pratense + Mycelis muralis Orthilia secunda Oxycoccus palustris + Poa trivialis Pteridium aquilinum + Pyrola rotundifolia Rubus chamaemorus Senecio vulgaris Taraxacum spp.
Nevertheless, in spite or perhaps because of the proximity of their publication dates, this hoax in fact shows the greatest debt to Darwin's work on both evolution and carnivorous plants, as its (fictional) author compares the contents of the letter he is about to share with Darwin's "studies of drosera and sarracenia [the North American pitcher plant]," and compares himself to Darwin publishing on evolution: "My special and only motive for publishing prematurely [.
Gwlithlys - Drosera rotundiolia (chwith) a Drosera intermedia (dde) Llun: Ann Jones, Croesor
AYOUR local health store should stock Drosera homoeopathic tablets, 30c potency, which is the alternative.
Ales Kladnik Ljubljana, Slovenia Flies caught on a Drosera leaf (carnivorous sundew plant) (30x) Reflected light Dr.
Characteristic plants included Andromeda glaucophylla, Betula pumila, Carex oligosperma, Carex trisperma, Chamaedaphne calyculata, Coptis trifolia, Drosera spp.
The conservation status of peatland habitats improved on 94 ha (104 patches), including the maintenance of species closely related to peat bogs such as Drosera rotundifolia, Drosera intermedia and Colias palaeno;
Holocentric chromosomes have been also observed in a few other angiosperm genera (Cuscuta, Pazy and Plitmann, 1994; Drosera, Sheikh and Kondo 1995; Chionographis, Tanaka & Tanaka, 1977 and Myristica, Flach 1966).
The multiplication of shoots in liquid media to enhance biomass was reported for other species, such as Camelia sinensis[9], Drosera anglica and D.
Common remedies for whooping cough include Anacardium, Antimonium tartaricum, Coccus cacti, Cuprum metallicum, Drosera rotundifolia, and Ipecac, according to Amy E.
Two other good remedies to use during winter are Drosera and Rumex crispus.
The proving sample of Drosera (sundew), for example, contained a trapped insect, which might explain the predominant theme of persecution.
Drosera (Sundew): Violent fits of hard coughing leading to gagging or vomiting.
subgenus Cuscuta [Pazy & Plitmann, 1994; Guerra & Garcia, 2004], Drosera L.