any of several insectivorous plants of the genus Drosera, having leaves covered with sticky hairs, comprising the sundews.
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How to use drosera in a sentence
It is very curious, but Trecul disbelieves that drosera really clasps flies!
The latter I want about some strange movements in cells of drosera, which Meyen alone seems to have observed.
I shall work away next summer when drosera opens again, for I am much interested in subject.
You know that I always so like telling you what I do, that you must forgive me scribbling on my beloved drosera.
It is pretty to see how the caught flies support drosera; nothing else can live.