In the plains surrounding the Grampians region in Western Victoria grows a red form of Drosera gunniana.
At anthesis, the colour of the leaves is copper/green, with bright red tentacles. The stem is mostly copper to red. The sepals are hairy and start off green with red trichomes, later turning completely red. The petals are white to very pale pink. Like most D. gunniana in the area, the plants have a tendency to branch, with side stems often being thinner than the primary stem. Seeds are somewhat variable in shape but generally oval, lobed at one end and shallowly reticulated.
Plants grow alongside typical green colour form in open woodland. The form is locally abundant, although somewhat restricted in range. Colouration was not observed earlier in the season.