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round-leaved sundew & damselfly

Drosera rotundifolia & Zygoptera


Interesting to see how the damselfly, just chooses the sundew to sit down with so many other plants around. Would the damselfly are also attracted by the bright red color and drops of mucilage, loaded with a sugary substance, that cover the sundew leaves?

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sttweets 10 years ago


KatCuff 10 years ago

Nice job!!

Warm 10 years ago

Wow! Beautiful sundew :)

sttweets 10 years ago

@S Frazier, thanks for letting me know. I changed it's category.

Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 10 years ago

Hello. In a situation where more than one species appears in a spotting photo please select the group of one of the species to represent the spotting. In this case plants or arthropods. This is because "other" is reserved for organisms that do not fit in the other Project Noah categories. Examples include starfish, octopus, jellyfish, clams, worms and snails. Of course both species can be listed and described in the description and/or notes.

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Naarden, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

Spotted on Apr 28, 2012
Submitted on Apr 28, 2012

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