- This Unassuming Plant Has A Carnivorous Secret
- The common bladderwort is a diminutive aquatic plant with fetching yellow flowers that lives on ponds and lakes in Asia and Europe. But under the surface, it hides a carnivorous secret: 1-inch chambers—or bladders—along its branches that suck in ...
- The Bladderwort Sucks. It Sucks Fast.
- The bladderwort vacuums in its food faster than the blink of an eye, using powerful suction to snatch its prey, which can be any suitably small creature unfortunate enough to get too close.
- Study unravels the mysteries of bladderwort sucker plant
- While we recently came across a study that shed light on the shutting around the prey tactics of Venus flytrap plants, a new study has unraveled the mysteries of what goes on when bladderwort plants catch their prey.
- More archery? More maple syrup fests? You bet.
- Namestnik has found an insect-eating plant known as the humped bladderwort. The lake has a floating layer of muck that supports plants. And he says that, by summer, the lake drains down and its bed fills with plants.
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