[ UK /flˈa‍ɪtɹæp/ ]
[ US /ˈfɫaɪˌtɹæp/ ]
  1. a trap for catching flies
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How To Use flytrap In A Sentence

  • The Venus flytrap is a must for boys who enjoy watching the insectivorous plant capture its prey - usually a housefly - before devouring it over several days.
  • The Venus Flytrap is the most famous of all carnivorous plants.
  • But this hardly addresses the deeper mystery of why this administration has gotten itself caught in the Venus flytrap of the Arab-Israeli conflict, after vowing not to do so, and why it has done so with a degree of ineptitude that recalls the dimmer moments of the Carter administration. The Annapolis Fiasco
  • Killing effects of automatic flytrap and electric bug killer were observed in analogous room.
  • Not only does the Venus flytrap anemone (Actinoscyphia saginata) resemble the well-known carnivorous plant,(Sentence dictionary) but it also emulates the plant's behavior.
  • The latest entry was: Dionaea muscipula (Venus's flytrap). The Cat Who Came To Breakfast
  • Flytraps (Dionaea muscipula) are only native to a small area that straddles the border between North and South Carolina, and they are falling victim to poachers, habitat destruction, and wildfire suppression. Carnivorous Plants Dwindling Across U.S. From Poaching And Habitat Destruction
  • If you look to the right of the photo, above the flytraps, you can see something that looks like a fern fiddlehead unrolling.
  • We suspect that the "veinhole monster" (VHM) as it is called, is similar to a terrestrial Venus flytrap, collecting living tissues in order to spread its mass further.
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