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What can venus fly traps eat?

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Food for Large Leaves. Feed larger Venus flytrap leaves adult crickets, ants, small beetles, grasshoppers, spiders, millipedes, sowbugs and suitably sized slugs. In their native habitat, Venus flytraps don't often capture flies, but instead many kinds of crawling insects, such as beetles and ants. read more

Feed larger Venus flytrap leaves adult crickets, ants, small beetles, grasshoppers, spiders, millipedes, sowbugs and suitably sized slugs. In their native habitat, Venus flytraps don't often capture flies, but instead many kinds of crawling insects, such as beetles and ants. read more

Venus flytraps are a type of carnivorous plant that lures prey, catches it and digests it. The plants have snap type traps to accomplish their hunting. Like other plants, Venus flytraps also use photosynthesis for nourishment. There is only one species of Venus flytrap: Dionaea muscipula. read more

Flytraps actually get a good deal of their sustenance like other plants do, through the process of photosynthesis. read more

The Venus flytrap's modified leaves look like hinged green clam shells with long teeth and nectar glands along the edges. Insects attracted to the nectar enter the open trap to feed, activating slender trigger hairs inside the trap. read more

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