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    • Brookelynn Donovan

      The plant Sarracenia purpurea glows in UV light. Photograph courtesy Rajani Kurup, Anil J. Johnson, Sreethu Sankar, and Sabulal Baby. The plants’ light is emitted as an ultraviolet wavelength tailored to appeal to potential prey, including insects and other arthropods, the group that includes crustaceans, insects, and spiders. Insects often can see wavelengths that emphasize food sources. For example, research suggests that honeybee eyes have evolved to pick out the brightest...

    • Subtropical

      carnivorous plant picture, flourescing under black light.

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