An ant species that lives on a carnivorous pitcher plant keeps nutrient thieves from escaping by eating them.
Fresh morning dew on a Water Horsetail (Equisetum fluviatile)
January 9, 2013|
January 11, 2013
I believe this is not morning dew but excess water that leaves the plant's stoma becasue of the change of temperature from day time to night time; the water uptake from the plant, I imagine was greater than the ability of the plant cells in the leaf to store it, so the excess water leaves the plant by the leaves.