A genus of reduced natural herbs Pinguicula having easy leaves which secrete from their glandular upper area a viscid fluid to which insects adhere and the margin infolds and also the insects are absorbed by the plant The types are observed mostly inside North Temperate area
- any of numerous carnivorous bog plants associated with genus Pinguicula having showy purple or yellow or white blossoms and a rosette of basal actually leaves coated with a sticky secretion to trap small insects
- A genus of low natural herbs (Pinguicula) having simple leaves which secrete from their glandular top surface a viscid liquid, to which insects adhere, and the margin infolds together with bugs tend to be digested by the plant. The types are found mostly within the North Temperate zone.
(n.) A genus of reasonable natural herbs (Pinguicula) having easy leaves which secrete from their glandular upper surface a viscid liquid, to which insects adhere, after which it the margin infolds and the pests tend to be digested because of the plant. The types are located mainly within the North Temperate zone.
A, leaf of Butterwort (Pinguicula vulgaris) with left margin inflected over a row of small flies.