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All Trapped Out

January 21, 2015







These hooded pitcher plants have a primitive and forbidding look about them, especially this time of the year.  The plants have become  dormant for the winter, leaving their vessels to dry into cracked and papery shells (but with spikes and veins intact).  Their successors will replace them in the spring, ready to snag the next generation of unwitting insects.

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