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Both the botanical name (from the Greek δρόσος: drosos = "dew, dewdrops") and the English common name (sundew, derived from Latin ros solis, meaning "dew of the sun") refer to the glistening drops of mucilage at the tip of each tentacle that resemble drops of morning dew.

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50 Brilliant Examples of Professional Animal Photography by Frans Lanting

Frans Lanting

Great shot. Lady beetles, one of the best bugs you can have in your garden. Their young eat up to 5 times their own body weight of plant lice/aphids every day!

spin by tiffanie ragasa on Fotoblur | Plant Photography

'Natural Grace' (2007) by Mr Greenjeans on flickr. He says "I love watching the Sago Palm's leaves uncurl!!"