Tuesday 15 November 2011

Sundews in Western Australia

Anstey-Keane Dampland, Western Australia

Lovely patch of tiny plants growing in a little wet patch well known to David James who guided me to it. 

Drosera pygmaea

Redink sundew Drosera erythrorhiza
This is an old plant, it has bloomed already.

This is my second blog about sundew plants. The first ones to catch my attention were in Table Mountain and David James identified them for me during our visit. I was completely new to Drosera plants!
Also, I'm extremly grateful to him for writing up a list of the plants that we saw in the dampland during our short visit. That way I learned a lot not just about sundews but triggerplants as well. See this blog post.

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