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Rosenberg Publishing Pty, Limited, 2002 - Gardening - 92 pages
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Triggerplants are those that entrap small insects within their flower in order to maximise pollination. There are nearly 200 species of these fascinating plants worldwide, but the great majority are found in Australia.

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Douglas has a doctorate in field plant biology from Cornell University and is now an Assistant Professor of Biology at Washington College in Washington, DC.

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