For me, the most fantastic quality about sundews is the way they capture their prey. Whether they curl and tighten around struggling insects or just smother them in dew and tentacles, these plants can be incredibly dramatic. I've seen dedicated sundew picture threads, but I have not come across one for displaying their gruesome captures. So I ask you, fellow 'dew growers, what has your sundew snagged?
I'll start it off with a few pictures of my plants doing what they do best.
My favorite action photo. My D. capensis wrapping around a dangling fly.
Drosera capillaris seedling about 2cm in diameter feasting on a fly.
Drosera indica snaring an earwig.
A tremendous fly about to be wrapped up.
Another fly trying to pull away from the dew to no avail.
The twisted corpse of a fly on my D. adelae.