Are venus fly traps endangered?

Answer As of 2010, venus flytraps are not an officially listed endangered species, according to North Carolina State Parks. However, venus flytraps are becoming rare in nature because they exist almost ex... Read More »

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Venus fly traps?

They produce seeds and offsets which can be removed and planted separately... I know its a strange or exotic plant but dont waste your time growing one... They live less than a year inside a tereri... Read More »

Do Venus fly traps eat roaches?

A Dionaea Muscipula, or Venus fly trap, eats any kind of insect. A cockroach is an insect characterized by a flat body, wings, antenna and long legs, according to New World Encyclopedia. Therefore,... Read More »

Habitat of Venus Fly Traps?

The Venus flytrap is a perennial plant that belongs to the Dionaea muscipula genus. These plants capture insects by folding their leaves over the prey and require little soil nutrition. The Venus... Read More »

What do Venus fly traps eat?

A Venus flytrap eats insects that are lured into its jaw-like traps. The traps secrete a sweet-smelling substance to lure the insects, and the traps close when the trigger hairs are stimulated. The... Read More »