Drosera filiformis - Thread-Leaved Sundew (Raf. (1808))
Plantae: Magnoliopsida: Caryophyllales: Polygonineae: Droseraceae
Date: 12th of May, 2018 at 09:16:36pm.
Location: Brazil, Ceará, Fortaleza (Lat: -3.75, Long: -38.51, 16th floor of a flat in an urban habitat)
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''Drosera filiformis'', commonly known as the thread-leaved sundew, is a small, insectivorous, rosette-forming species of perennial herb. A species of sundew, it is unusual within its genus in that the long, erect, filiform leaves of this plant unroll in spirals – an arrangement similar to the circinate vernation seen in ferns.