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Kew Pocketbooks: Carnivorous Plants

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By: Lydia White(Editor), Chris Thorogood(Introduction By)
96 pages, 40 colour illustrations
Kew Pocketbooks: Carnivorous Plants
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  • Kew Pocketbooks: Carnivorous Plants ISBN: 9781842467367 Hardback May 2021 In stock
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This stunning series of pocketbooks from Kew offers a snapshot into the diverse and beautiful world of plants. Kew Pocketbooks: Carnivorous Plants lavishly showcases 40 botanical paintings of these deadly beauties. Carnivorous plants are deadly beauties that trap, kill and consume everything from insects, spiders and crustaceans to lizards and mice, luring their prey in with specialised hairs, sweet nectar, bright colours, or the convenience of a toilet. Forty botanical pairings of this extraordinary group are showcased here, including the famous Venus flytrap, as well as pitcher plants and sundews.

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By: Lydia White(Editor), Chris Thorogood(Introduction By)
96 pages, 40 colour illustrations
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