catchfly

  1. any plant of the genus Silene
  2. mostly perennial herbs with sticky stems that catch insects; widespread in north temperate zone

Catchfly

• (n.) A plant with the joints of the stem, and sometimes other parts, covered with a viscid secretion to which small insects adhere. The species of Silene are examples of the catchfly.
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Catchfly

Catch'fly noun (Botany) A plant with the joints of the stem, and sometimes other parts, covered with a viscid secretion to which small insects adhere. The species of Silene are examples of the catchfly.
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Catchfly

Catchfly is a popular name for several plants of the genus Silene.
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catchfly

catchfly: see pink.
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