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" ... the flower ; and that the object of the flap and its sugar is also to attract insects, but with a very different result, cannot be doubted. It is hence conceivable that this marvellous plant lures insects to its flowers for one object, and feeds them... "
The Wonders of Plant Life Under the Microscope - Page 199
by Sophia M'llvaine Bledsoe Herrick - 1883 - 248 pages
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The Living Age ..., Volume 123

1874
...to feed on the pollen or nectar, and in this case by means of the hole to fertilize the flower ; and that the object of the flap and its sugar is also...while it uses them to fertilize itself, and that, this accomplished, some of its benefactors are thereafter lured to its pitchers for the sake of feeding...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Quarterly Journal of Science, Volume 7

Natural history - 1875
...to feed on the pollen or nectar, and in this case by means of the hole to fertilise the flower; and that the object of the flap and its sugar is also...for one object, and feeds them while it uses them to fertilise itself, and that, this accomplished, some of its benefactors are thereafter lured to its...
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The Journal of Mental Science, Volume 21

Electronic journals - 1876
...Chttmberu's Encyclopedia," 1st ed., 1860. j " Organic Laws," p. 157. of saying of Darlingtonia : " It is conceivable that this marvellous plant lures insects...while it uses them to fertilize itself; and that, this accomplished, some of its benefactors are thereafter hired to its pitchers for the sake of feeding...
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Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences

Pharmacy - 1875
...feed on the pollen or nectar, and in this case, by means of the hole, to fertilize the flower; and that the object of the flap and its sugar is also...object, and feeds them while it uses them to fertilize itsulf, and that, this accomplished, some of its benefactors are thereafter lured to its pitchers for...
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