Droseraceae

[n] - a family of carnivorous herbs and shrubs
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Droseraceae

family Droseraceae noun a family of carnivorous herbs and shrubs
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Droseraceae

family of perennial and sometimes annual flowering plants commonly known as sundews ( sundew family), within the order Caryophyllales. The leaves are ...
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Droseraceae

Droseraceae is a natural order of albuminous plants, mostly perennial bog plants, whose flowers are composed of five sepals, five petals, five, ten, fifteen or twenty stamens, and a single ovary. The leaves are usually covered with glands or glandular hairs. It contains six genera, including the sundew (Drosera), and Venus fly-trap (Dioncca). They ...
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Droseraceae

The Droseraceae are a family of flowering plants. The family is also known as the sundew family. ==Characteristics== The Droseraceae are a small family of carnivorous plants, which consist of three extant genera: Drosera, Dionaea, and Aldrovanda, each with distinct morphologies. The bulk of the members of Droseraceae are contained in Drosera, the ...
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