Venus flytrap is a perennial herb native to North America. It is a very interesting insectivorous plant. Its stem is very short. There is an insect trap similar to “shell” at the top of the leaf, and it can secrete honey. When a small insect breaks in, it can clamp it at a very fast speed, digest and absorb it. It is said that because there are regular bristles on the edge of the leaf, it feels like Venus’ eyelashes, which means “Venus’s fly trap”.
Venus flytrap is a kind of vascular plant. It is a very popular insectivorous plant with complete roots, stems, leaves, flowers and seeds. Its leaf is the most important and obvious part. It has the function of catching insects. It has obvious thorn hair and red sessile gland parts. It looks like a big mouth with open teeth and claws.