International Carnivorous Plant Society
Carnivorous Plant Newsletter Archive
Variation in Drosera pygmaea
Carniv. Pl. Newslett. 43(4):130-131
Published December 2014
Drosera pygmaea DC. grows naturally across wetter parts of southern Australia and also occurs in New Zealand (Lowrie 1989; Salmon 2001), making it the most widespread of all pygmy sundews. It is aptly named thanks to its small size which makes it easy to overlook and challenging to study. However the effort to study this species has revealed some interesting morphological variation which is discussed here.
Keywords: Drosera pygmaea, variation
Robert Gibson. 2014. Variation in Drosera pygmaea. Carniv. Pl. Newslett. 43(4):130-131.
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