Drosera leucoblasta Cranbrook form

All plants I saw so far look more like D. echinoblastus than D. leucoblasta. D. echinoblastus can be distinguished from D. leucoblasta according to Lowrie "by its overall orange petals, very short stamens and bristled, narrowly ovoid stipule bud".
Therefore, it does not surprise me that this form does not self-pollinate where as the D. leucoblasta Brookton form does.



stipule bud

flower comparison with D. echinoblastus

go back to pygmy drosera