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In my last post (06-10-21 Sticky Geranium) I noted that the sticky geranium is a protocarnivore. That was a new term for me. So what is a protocarnivore? A true carnivorous plant has visual or scent cues to attract and … Continue reading

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Sticky Geranium

A native perennial, sticky geranium (Geranium viscosissimum) grows in open woods and meadows between 3,300 and 8,200 feet in the western portions of the United States and Canada. This specimen was photographed in Dan Ryan Meadow along Ash Creek (Modoc … Continue reading

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