What was the Venus Flytrap used for?
it is used for trapping insectsand it is also used for our environment
No, the Venus Flytrap does not have an eyeball.
No, a Venus Flytrap is an angiosperm.
No, the Venus Flytrap is not an amphibian.
Yes, a Venus Flytrap is avascular.
The genus of the Venus Flytrap is Dionoea.
The Venus Flytrap is a autotroph.
The Venus Flytrap is in the phylum anthophyta.
Yes, the Venus Flytrap does have chlorophyll.
Yes, the Venus Flytrap is in the understory.
Venus The Flytrap happened in 1990.
Venus The Flytrap was created in 1990.
Venus Flytrap was created in 1768.
A Venus Flytrap is considered both a consumer and a producer. The Venus Flytrap is considered a consumer because it does eat meat.
The venus flytrap has small hairs that when touched, the flytrap closes.
Yes, the Venus Flytrap does flower.
No, Venus Flytrap flowers are not poisonous.
No, we can't eat a Venus Flytrap.
A Venus Flytrap is a kind of carnivorous plant.
The Venus Flytrap is native to North Carolina.
The Venus Flytrap has what are called 'traps' or 'mouths' on stems in which are used to catch and digest prey.
venus flytrap is endangered and the daffodils not
Venus Flytrap in French is: ferme le bouche.
The Venus Flytrap gets light from the sun (photosynthesis).
Yes you can feed a Venus Flytrap grasshoppers.
It is a picture of a Venus Flytrap with all the parts labelled.
No. The Venus Flytrap is a plant. Therefore, it is a member of eukaryota.
No, the Venus Flytrap cannot eat people.
The Venus Flytrap is a Perennial plant.
A Venus Flytrap cannot eat a man.
There is no translation, it is not used in Spanish. You would have to speak English if you want to say 'Venus Flytrap'.
The Venus Flytrap has little 'trigger' hairs that need to be 'tickled' for the Venus Flytrap to close.
The mode of nutrition for the Venus Flytrap is Heterotrophic Nutrition.
The Venus Flytrap reproduces with spores.
Birds and possibly small rodents eat the Venus Flytrap.
a venus flytrap has hairs on its mouth to catch the predators
The Latin name for the Venus Flytrap is 'Dionaea Muscipula'.
There are seventeen different species of the Venus Flytrap.
The Venus Flytrap is a seed plant.
The scientific name for the Venus Flytrap is Dionaea muscipula.
The Venus Flytrap moves because it's a living thing.
The Venus Flytrap gains nutrients and Nitrogen.
Yes, the Venus Flytrap does have pricks but only around its mouth.
The Venus Flytrap is an insectivorous vascular plant.
The duration of Venus Flytrap - film - is 1.57 hours.
You can purchase a Venus Flytrap at most tropical and subtropical gardening stores. You may also purchase seeds for a Venus Flytrap from many online sources.
No, it doesn't hurt if a Venus Flytrap shuts on a finger. A Venus Flytrap is made to trap flies and insects, not human flesh.
Yes, the Venus Flytrap can be used for medicinal purposes. it strengthens the immune system and has been used to treat and cure cancer.
Dionaea muscipula is not just the Venus flytrap, of course it is the famous Venus flytrap.
The Venus Flytrap are plants due to how their cells are made up. The Venus Flytrap contains plant cells and does not go through respiration like an animal does.
A Venus Flytrap is a carnivore because it only eats meat. The Venus Flytrap traps flies which are digested for the much needed nutrients and vitamins that its habitat does not have to offer.