Here, carefully covered by a bell-glass, is a fine specimen of Dionæa muscipula, or Venus's fly-trap.
By cuttings, placed in sand under a bell-glass, in a brisk heat.
Every woman seems to him enclosed in a bell-glass, fine as gossamer, but he cannot break it.
In the water a vase of flowers was set; over the whole a bell-glass was placed, with its rim in the water.
The usual mode for striking cuttings is to put them in fine sand, and to cover them with a bell-glass.
Behold the worm and the Ammophila face to face beneath the bell-glass.
A bell-glass is a dome of glass with a knob at the top, and should be about twelve inches across and ten inches high.
Here then are my two captives, each under her bell-glass with her Tarantula.
Better results are obtained if the pot or pan is placed inside a propagating-frame or under a bell-glass.
But we will not anticipate; and we will place the huntress and her game together under the bell-glass.