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    Dodosera scorpioides, commonly called the Shaggy Sundew, is a carnivorous plant. #nature #macro #photography #plant #life

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    Drosera scorpioides commonly called the shaggy sundew, a carnivorous plant

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dosera scorpioides commonly called the shaggy sundew, a carnivorous plant

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