Carnivorous plants questions.

Monique Reed monique at mail.bio.tamu.edu
Mon Aug 26 16:08:09 EST 2002


Check out www.californiacarinvores.com or The Carnivorous Plant FAQ at
http://www.sarracenia.com/faq.html   There are many other sorts of
carnivorous plants.

If by Century Plant you mean species of Agave, I don't believe they
are carnivorous.

M. Reed.

"Patrick D. Rockwell" wrote:
> 
> I know about 5 basic kinds of carnivorous plants. Venus fly traps, Pitcher
> plants, Sundews, Butterworts, & Bladderworts. Are there others? I don't mean
> subspecies of the abve, like different types of Sundews or Pitcher plants. I
> heard that there is something called the Madagascar Parrot plant which is
> insectivorous. Does anyone know about this? Where can I get the information.
> What about the Century plant. Is that carnivorous? Thanks in advance for the
> information.
> 
> --
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
> Patrick D. Rockwell



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