in Rica's series on local flora, Plants of Prey in Australia,
was again illustrated by her botanical artworks and written
in her easy to understand and yet scientifically accurate
style. Plants of prey refer to the carnivorous Australian
wildflowers Drosera (sundews), Cephalotus and Nephenthes
(pitcher plants), and Ultricularia, Polypompholyx and
Erickson Plants of Prey in Australia
Lamb Paterson, Perth, 1968.
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