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Droseraceae : The Sundew Family. By: Josh Carlson 4/9/10. Droseraceae. 4 Genera 103 Species Found mostly in boggy conditions Herbs or sub-shrubs. Droseraceae. Leaves: alternate or basal, simple, stipulate or estipulate Glabrous hairs ( for grabbing insects) or hinged clasping

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droseraceae the sundew family

Droseraceae: The Sundew Family

By: Josh Carlson

4/9/10

droseraceae
Droseraceae
  • 4 Genera
  • 103 Species
  • Found mostly in boggy conditions
  • Herbs or sub-shrubs
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Droseraceae
  • Leaves: alternate or basal,
    • simple, stipulate or estipulate
    • Glabrous hairs ( for grabbing insects) or hinged clasping
  • Flowers: perfect, regular, sepals 4-5 distinct or connate, petals 4-5 distinct, stamens 4-20 distinct, carpels 3-5 connate, ovary superior to half inferior with 1 locule and several ovules
drosera rotundifolia round leaved sundew
Droserarotundifolia: Round-leaved Sundew
  • “dewy round leaf”
  • Flowers: 2-15
  • Petals: 5
  • Sepals: 5
  • Stamens: 5
  • Pistils: 3
  • Habitat: bogs, swamps, and marshes

http://www.growsundews.com/sundews/rotundifolia/Drosera_rotundifolia_cd.jpg

dionaea muscipula
Dionaeamuscipula

http://www.diversityoflife.org/users/kcn2/Dionaea4.jpg

works cited
Works Cited
  • http://www.rook.org/earl/bwca/nature/aquatics/droserarot.html, 2004
  • Walters, Dirk., Keil, David., Murrell, Zack. 2006. Vascular Plant Taxonomy . 5th ed. U.S.: Kendall/Hunt. 423. Print.