Drosera pulchella

Drosera pulchella

Drosera pulchella is a common pygmy sundew endemic to the coastal regions of south-west Western Australia. The species is easily recognisable by its broad petioles. It is associated with wet niches such as the edge of swamps and seepages, and can even be found growing submersed in certain areas.

Drosera pulchella growing on the side of a swamp near Walpole
Drosera pulchella submerged near Walpole
Drosera pulchella alongside a Cephalotus seedling
Drosera pulchella in a seepage fed gully on the summit plateau of Bluff Knoll
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