Picture of Drosera capillaris. The owner of this carnivorous plant is mr sugeng from solo.
Drosera capillaris, the pink or spathulate-leaved sundew is a small carnivorous plant of the family Droseraceae in the genus Drosera. They are frequently found in wet pine flatwoods and bogs of the southeastern United States, ranging from eastern Texas east to Florida and north to Virginia, as well as in some areas of the Caribbean. They thrive in moist, acidic soil.
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