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The Round-Leaved Sundew Drosera rotundifolia is an insectivorous plant formed with structures that are covered in glues and acids to trap and devour visiting insects, attracted by its crimson tentacles and sticky, sugary secretions. It is a common bog plant in Scotland, Wales and west of England, requiring waterlogged conditions to survive. C

Photograph by Colin Varndell

About Colin Varndell

Colin Varndell is a Dorset based natural history photographer best known for his evocative images of animals, birds, insects, wild flowers and landscapes. Colin also applies his distinctive style in photographing gardens.

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