What is the scientific name of the Venus Flytrap?

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The scientific name for the venus flytrap is Dionaea muscipula.

It belongs in the kingdom Plantae, division Magnoliophyta, class Magnoliopsida, order Caryophyllales, family Droseraceae, genus Dionaea.
Dionaea Muscipula
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How did the Venus Flytrap get its name?

The name "Venus" refers to the Greek goddess of Love. Many people often say that love is a trap because people will do anything for it, and in this case, it is a deadly one! I

What is a Venus Flytrap?

An insectivorous plant (Dionaea muscipula) of the coastal plain of the Carolinas, having sensitive, hinged, marginally bristled, two-lobed leaf blades that close and entrap

What is Venus scientific name?

Planet Venus doesn't has any scientific name. (Its just Venus because its named after the Greek goddess of beauty, and gods don't have any scientific names.. :P) You can u

Where did the Venus Flytrap get its name from?

The plant's common name refers to Venus, the Roman goddess of love. Many people often say that love is a trap because people will do anything for it, and in this case, it i
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Where can you get a Venus Flytrap?

They are naturally found in the Carolinas, but they can be purchased at any Tropic Plants store or nursery. You can get them at Lowe's. Just ask someone in the garden center
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Does venus have a Venus Flytrap?

Venus has, as determined by satellite probes, a surface temperature of 800 degrees , much too hot to sustain life as we know it.
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How did Venus Flytrap got its name?

Venus flytrap is a carnivorous plant: Dionaea muscipula, which attract insects. Venus was a Roman goddess of love.