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Its "carnivorous" new plant blooms in the Botanical Garden of the Sierra de Cazorla

Pinguicula vallisneriifolia is also known as the "flycatcher" and is a "carnivorous" or insectivorous plant.

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Its "carnivorous" new plant blooms in the Botanical Garden of the Sierra de Cazorla

Pinguicula vallisneriifolia is also known as the "flycatcher" and is a "carnivorous" or insectivorous plant. You can see tiny black spots on the leaves of the Pinguicula vallisneriifolia, which is actually an insect that has stuck to the plant's mucilaginous substance. They are then taken in by the plant and used as nutrients. survival.

During these weeks, the Torre del Vinagre Botanical Garden, Sierras de Cazorla Segura, and Las Villas Natural Park, highlights this plant, which coincides with its full development, flowering, and is also known as Torre del Vinagre Botanical Garden. It is found in cracks in large limestone walls and areas of constant humidity. This plant is an endemism from the Sierras Beticas. Its main distribution center is in this park in Jaen.

The Torre del Vinagre Botanical Garden is part of the Andalusian Network of Botanical and Mycological Gardens In Natural Spaces. It was created by the Ministry of the Environment to conserve, know and disseminate Andalusian plants and mushrooms.

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