Carnivorous Plant Seeds
Sundews leaves are usually flat with hundreds of tentacles which hold a gland that produces the dew. The dew is very thick and sticky.
When an insect gets stuck to some dew, more tentacles move in to get their dew covered glands against the insect to keep it from escaping.
The glands on top of the tentacles then secrete acids and enzymes which dissolve the insect.
The glands then re-absorb the nutrient rich fluid.
Drosera aliciae is native to the cape region of South Africa.
This is another easy sundew to grow and gets to be a nice size.