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Pitcher plants (Nepenthes sp.) grow in infertile, saturated, soil patches in the cloud forest on the edge of the Muller Plateau

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Title: Pitcher plants (Nepenthes sp.) grow in infertile, saturated, soil patches in the cloud forest on the edge of the Muller Plateau
Author(s): Photographer: David R. Eastburn, 1949-
Description: Photographer's note: The pitcher is a development of the leaf-tip. Insects slip from the waxy rims of the pitchers into a liquid which digests them to provide nitrogen for the plant. This photograph was taken on top of Muller Range escarpment above Nali doline, on path from Hareke (on Koroba – Lake Kopiago road via Tumbudu Valley).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/228561
Other Identifiers: ANUA 717-18

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