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Climbing Sundew

Drosera macrantha

Drosera macrantha
Sundew
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Sundew Drosera macrantha
Commonly known as the Climbing Sundew is a relatively common native sundew species.

Leaves:
roundish leaf edged with glandular hairs that glisten with secretion. This sticky secretion traps the insect, which are then digested by enzymes produced by the leaf.

Flower:
as far as we know the flower is usually white.

Found:
common in peat swamps, and similar wet places, NSW, TAS, WA, VIC.

Common name Where Found
Climbing Sundew Common in peat swamps, and similar wet places, NSW, TAS, WA, VIC.
Scientific Classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Caryophyllales
Family: Droseraceae
Genus: Drosera
Species: D. macrantha
Binomial name: Drosera macrantha
Sundew Images
Sundew (Drosera macrantha), Strahan, Tasmania.
Sundew (Drosera macrantha), Strahan, Tasmania.
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