Drosera sargentii

Drosera sargentii

Drosera sargentii is a pygmy sundew endemic to the south coast of Western Australia east of Esperance to the Fitzgerald River National Park. The species is diminutive, forming especially thin petioles and minute orbicular laminae. It can be distinguished from similar species by its stipules, which each have two very long filaments.

Drosera sargentii growing in deep sand in the Fitzgerald River National Park. Note the long filamentous stipular bud.
Drosera sargentii growing in deep sand in the Fitzgerald River National Park. Note the long filamentous stipular bud.
Drosera sargentii growing in deep sand in the Fitzgerald River National Park. Note the long filamentous stipular bud.
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