After seeing the details of the indumentum I am reasonably confident that I have this ID correct. D. ascendens would have longer hairs on the scape I believe.
As species go, this is a more recently described one, and another of the wonderful Brasillian species (aren't they all?). Watching...
I have a few extra D. graminifolia seed grown plants that I would like to trade for other species of Brasillian Drosera. I am only interested in trading for such species. These are juvenille plants grown from seed collected by Fernando Rivadavia and Robert Gibson in Diamantina August 2002 and...
Can anyone please tell me how to distinguish between Drosea ascendens, graomogolensis and villosa ? By looking on Fernando Rivadavia's pictures ( http://www.mcef.ep.usp.br/carnivo....sa.html ) i suppose the following :
Drosera villosa is getting really big with upright leaves (similar to...
I know we all have a list of dews we want for X-Mas, lol. So heres mine (lets hope some of you guys can help me get some lol )
burmanni (any form)
graminifolia 'giant' (Itacambira, Minas Gerais, Brazil)
Over a year later I checked the pot where I had sown seed of Drosera graomogolensis. Seed failed to germinate, but I never give up on a pot of sown seed. There before my wondering eyes is a single thriving seedling! O happy day!!!
This is the second example of a year wait for the Brasilian...