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Drosera rotundifolia In Poland it is quite common on the moors. Customarily sometimes called solar dew. It is perennial hemikryptofit. It blooms from July to August. Habitat: bog, swamp forests, wet heath and the edges of dystrophic lakes Drosera rotundifolia,Geotagged,Plants,Poland,Summer Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

Drosera rotundifolia

In Poland it is quite common on the moors. Customarily sometimes called solar dew. It is perennial hemikryptofit. It blooms from July to August. Habitat: bog, swamp forests, wet heath and the edges of dystrophic lakes

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  1. A beautiful species! I have been looking for it in my home country (netherlands) but did not find it yet. Welcome to JungleDragon! Posted 4 years ago
    1. So you must come to Poland :) I am glad to be here :) Posted 4 years ago
  2. Very neat to have found that in the wild. I've only ever seen those and flycatchers in green houses. Posted 4 years ago

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''Drosera rotundifolia'', the round-leaved sundew or common sundew, is a species of sundew, a carnivorous plant often found in bogs, marshes and fens. One of the most widespread sundew species, it is generally circumboreal, being found in all of northern Europe, much of Siberia, large parts of northern North America, Korea, Japan and is also found on New Guinea.

Similar species: Caryophyllales
Species identified by Dominika
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Uploaded Jan 18, 2015. Captured Jul 29, 2013 10:42 in Leśna, Poland.
  • Canon EOS 600D
  • f/5.0
  • 1/83s
  • ISO800
  • 50mm