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Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with trapped Horse Fly (Tabanus bovinus), native to Cape Province, South Africa  -  Michael Durham
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00640124 Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with trapped Horse Fly (Tabanus bovinus), native to Cape Province, South Africa© Michael Durham
Fruit Fly (Drosophila melanogaster) caught by Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis), native to South Africa  -  Albert Lleal
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00780062 Fruit Fly (Drosophila melanogaster) caught by Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis), native to South Africa© Albert Lleal
Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with caught spider, native to South Africa  -  Albert Lleal
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00780061 Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with caught spider, native to South Africa© Albert Lleal
Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) leaf detail insect prey is trapped on sticky leaf hairs  -  Stephen Dalton
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00770752 Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) leaf detail insect prey is trapped on sticky leaf hairs© Stephen Dalton
Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with trapped Horse Fly (Tabanus bovinus), native to Cape Province, South Africa  -  Michael Durham
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00640122 Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with trapped Horse Fly (Tabanus bovinus), native to Cape Province, South Africa© Michael Durham
Sundew (Drosera trinervia) cluster, Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa  -  Ch'ien Lee
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00518950 Sundew (Drosera trinervia) cluster, Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa© Chien Lee
Remains of a cranefly entangled in the sticky leaves of a Cape sundew (Drosera capensis)  -  Chris Mattison/ npl
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90674270 Remains of a cranefly entangled in the sticky leaves of a Cape sundew (Drosera capensis)© Chris Mattison / NPL
Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with caught spiders, native to South Africa  -  Albert Lleal
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00780063 Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with caught spiders, native to South Africa© Albert Lleal
Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with caught spider, native to South Africa  -  Albert Lleal
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00780060 Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with caught spider, native to South Africa© Albert Lleal
Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with caught spider, native to South Africa  -  Albert Lleal
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00780059 Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with caught spider, native to South Africa© Albert Lleal
Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with lured and caught mosquito, native to South Africa  -  Albert Lleal
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00780058 Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with lured and caught mosquito, native to South Africa© Albert Lleal
Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) trapping fly, South Africa  -  Stephen Dalton
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00770239 Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) trapping fly, South Africa© Stephen Dalton
Thrips fly (Thysanoptera) stuck to leaf of Cape sundew (Drosera capensis), cultivated, occurs in South Africa
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90875678 Thrips fly (Thysanoptera) stuck to leaf of Cape sundew (Drosera capensis), cultivated, occurs in South Africa©
Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) sequence showing capture of fly Digital composite  -  Adrian Davies/ npl
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90392528 Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) sequence showing capture of fly Digital composite© Adrian Davies / NPL
Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with captured fly Note how leaf has rolled over the prey  -  Adrian Davies/ npl
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90392472 Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with captured fly Note how leaf has rolled over the prey© Adrian Davies / NPL
Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with captured fly Note how leaf has rolled over the prey  -  Adrian Davies/ npl
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90392471 Cape Sundew (Drosera capensis) with captured fly Note how leaf has rolled over the prey© Adrian Davies / NPL
Cape sundew (Drosera capensis) close-up of sticky droplets on leaf hairs that trap invertebrate prey, originating from South Africa  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90373849 Cape sundew (Drosera capensis) close-up of sticky droplets on leaf hairs that trap invertebrate prey, originating from South Africa© Alex Hyde / NPL
Cape sundew (Drosera capensis) close-up of sticky droplets on leaf hairs that trap invertebrate prey, originating from South Africa  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90373848 Cape sundew (Drosera capensis) close-up of sticky droplets on leaf hairs that trap invertebrate prey, originating from South Africa© Alex Hyde / NPL
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