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PhotoFriday 10: Common Sundew (Drosera rotundifolia)

Common Sundew (Drosera rotundifolia)   Did you know…… Sundew grows on poor soil and for nutrition she’s depended on other sources, being…insects. Therefore she uses two different kind of glands. One gland secretes a deliciously smelling mucilage, to lure them poor insects. As soon as the insect has landed, the sundew shows her less charming […]

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23. Don’t Bite The Plant that Eats you… 1

Nature works in mysterious ways. Not so long ago, I assumed there were just two options: 1. Eaten or 2. Being eaten Predator or prey…that’s the question. Recently I found out that it can be mutual as well. You eat, while being eaten: fair cross. All right, I might exaggerate a bit, but this roughly […]


50. Polderen met Peter – The sequel (rinslangen, uitsluipers en zonnedauw) 14

Peter organiseerde afgelopen zaterdag een tochtje door de Krimpenerwaard. Het weer kon niet beter, de groep was zeer enthousiast en de beestjes werkten prima mee. Geen lekke banden dit keer en zelfs geen verloren lensdopjes. Qua blog levert dit natuurlijk bar weinig smeuïg materiaal op, maar hoe lekker is het als gewoon alles uitpakt zoals […]