Carnivorous Plants of Australia, Volume 3
The species covered in the final volume of this series include Cephalotus from southern Australia, pygmy Drosera from south-western Australia and Byblis from tropical northern Australia. An invaluable guide for naturalists, enthusiasts and botanists.
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Perennial tropical Drosera
Setocoris speciesthe sundew bugs
1.5 mm long 1.5 mm wide 2-lobed anthers anthesis appressed basal rosette bracts bracts and bracteoles Busselton carnivorous plants Close-up cm high cm long corolla covered dendritic hairs diam Dormancy dry dorsal appendage dry season enlarged erect Esperance filaments white fimbriate flowering plants Geraldton glabrous glands around margins glandular HABITAT Hobart DISTRIBUTION inflorescence juvenile lanceolate Lavarack Leaf lamina lobe LOCATION lower surface Lowrie mature plant Mitchell Plateau narrowly Nepenthes mirabilis non-glandular obovate obovoid ovary ovary and styles ovate P.S. Bill pedicels peltate perennial plant Perth Petals white petiole petiole section photograph by Ray pink pitcher Plate prey Queensland Ray Nash reniform retentive glands rosette rosette of leaves sand sandy scape seed segments semi-erect Sepals smaller glands soil surface species specimens Stamens stem stigmas white stipule bud stolons style and stigmas sundew sundew bug terete traps tuberous upper Utricularia Western Australia wet season whittakeri subsp whorls wide at base
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