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Drosera lanata is known as a 'wooly sundew' due to the fine silver hairs covering all of its leaf-stems. At the end of each furry stem is a small round leaf covered in red, dewy tentacles. As with other sundews, insects become stuck to these sticky tentacles and are slowly digested.
Spotted on Apr 27, 2013
Submitted on Apr 27, 2013