Carnivorous Plants Quiz
The flesh eaters of the plant world. 10 Questions.
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How many times has true carnivory evolved independently in five different orders of flowering plants?
The Darlingtonia californica has two common names. Which of the following is one of them?
By what common name is this carnivorous plant known?
The Drosera bulbosa is endemic to which part of Australia?
In which of the world's locations are carnivorous plants not found?
What is the world's largest carnivorous plant? The clue's in the name.
Look very closely at this image of an Aldrovanda vesiculosa carnivorous plant which lives underwater. Can you guess its common name from the list below?
Okay, so it's not a real plant, but can you tell me what name Rick Moranis gave to it in the 1986 movie "Little Shop of Horrors"?
There are five basic trapping mechanisms found in carnivorous plants. Can you match the mechanism to plant?
Drag items from right column to match with left column
Bladder trap plant
Lobster pot plant
Traps its prey using a sticky mucilage
Traps its prey using inward pointing hairs
Traps its prey via an internal vacuum system
Traps its prey in a rolled leaf
Approximately how many known isectivorous plant species are there in the world?
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