Genlisea subglabra flower



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Scientific classification
Kingdom:     Plantae
(unranked):     Angiosperms
(unranked):     Eudicots
(unranked):     Asterids
Order:     Lamiales
Family:     Lentibulariaceae
Genus:     Genlisea
Subgenus:     Genlisea
Species:     G. subglabra
Binomial name
Genlisea subglabra

Genlisea repens plant



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Scientific classification
Kingdom:     Plantae
(unranked):     Angiosperms
(unranked):     Eudicots
(unranked):     Asterids
Order:     Lamiales
Family:     Lentibulariaceae
Genus:     Genlisea
Subgenus:     Tayloria
Species:     G. repens
Binomial name
Genlisea repens

Genlisea lobata flower



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Genlisea lobata flower



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Genlisea lobata flowers



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Genlisea lobata flower



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Scientific classification
Kingdom:     Plantae
(unranked):     Angiosperms
(unranked):     Eudicots
(unranked):     Asterids
Order:     Lamiales
Family:     Lentibulariaceae
Genus:     Genlisea
Subgenus:     Tayloria
Species:     G. lobata
Binomial name
Genlisea lobata

Genlisea filiformis flower



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Scientific classification
Kingdom:     Plantae
(unranked):     Angiosperms
(unranked):     Eudicots
(unranked):     Asterids
Order:     Lamiales
Family:     Lentibulariaceae
Genus:     Genlisea
Subgenus:     Genlisea
Species:     G. filiformis
Binomial name
Genlisea filiformis

Genlisea aurea



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Common name:- Corkscrew.

Scientific classification
Kingdom:     Plantae
(unranked):     Angiosperms
(unranked):     Eudicots
(unranked):     Asterids
Order:     Lamiales
Family:     Lentibulariaceae
Genus:     Genlisea
Subgenus:     Genlisea
Species:     G. aurea
Binomial name
Genlisea aurea

Carnivorous process:-

G. aurea, like all Genlisea species, is a carnivorous plant that attracts, traps, kills, and digests prey, which are typically protozoans.

Genlisea attracts prey chemotactically, traps them in the corkscrew “lobster pot” trap, digests them with enzymes produced by the plant, and then absorbs the nutrients.