What Is the Classification of the Venus Flytrap?

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The venus flytrap is classified as a dionaea. These are carnivorous plants which eat anything small enough that gets too close. They grow on the East Coast of the U.S.
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Kingdom- Plantae. Division- Anthophyta (flowering plants) Class- Magnoliopsida (primitive flowering plants) Subclass- Dilleniidae. Order- Nepenthales. Family- Droseraceae Salisb.
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A venus flytrap is a carnivorous plant. There are sensors around the plant and when an insect touch them, the plant closes and the poor unsuspecting insect has just become lunch or
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The scientific or taxonomic name would be. Dionaea muscipula.
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A venus flytrap is a carnivorous plant. There are sensors around the plant and when an insect touch them, the plant closes and the poor unsuspecting insect has ...
A venus flytrap is a carnivorous plant. There are sensors around the plant and when an insect touch them, the plant closes and the poor unsuspecting insect has ...
A venus flytrap is a carnivorous plant. There are sensors around the plant and when an insect touch them, the plant closes and the poor unsuspecting insect has ...
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