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#1 Nélio

 
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Posted 20 February 2012 - 00:17 AM

The Aeonium glutinosum is an endemic suculent from Madeira and Canarias Islands and during the blooming time it
catches and digests insects as you can see throught these pics, but...
it needs to be proved.
See the rest of the digested insects presented as small points

http://img198.images...imagem091ud.jpg
http://img707.images...imagem088ma.jpg
http://img194.images.../imagem089a.jpg

Edited by Nélio, 20 February 2012 - 00:35 AM.