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IMG_2886

Observed: 3rd June 2011 By: Jilly
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Description:

This plant appeared following our quest to return a woodland floor to its natural state. It is a carnivore of some description, has marked spikes on the leaves, and pools of water collecting where the leaves join the stem is full of dead insects. We have no idea what it is, whether invasive or not, of interest (or not.) It is next to our organic allotment
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Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Mark at Magdalen's picture

Teasels and insects

Chalkie's picture

Well!

I am amazed - I shall have to look more closely at teasels now!

Perdika's picture

Goldfinches eat the seeds

Goldfinches eat the seeds from teasels.