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Drosera dilatato-petiolaris K.Kondo
Identified in the Litchfield National Park, south of Darwin and in Kakadu National Park.

   Drosera dilatato-petiolaris Drosera dilatato-petiolaris
 
  Description:Leaves Description:Plant
  Location:Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory Location:Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory
  GPS coordinates:13˚04.6116S, 130˚40.2726E GPS coordinates:13˚04.6116S, 130˚40.2726E
  Date of photo:24 May 2016 Date of photo:24 May 2016
  Field No.:3990 Field No.:3990
     
   Drosera dilatato-petiolaris Drosera dilatato-petiolaris
  Description:Plant Description:Plant
  Location:Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory Location:Road to Ubirr Rock, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory
  GPS coordinates: 13˚10.228S, 130˚45.179E GPS coordinates: 12˚33.755S, 132˚53.755E
  Date of photo:22 May 2010 Date of photo:7 June 2015
  Field No.:648 Field No.:3204
     
  Drosera dilatato-petiolaris Drosera dilatato-petiolaris
 
  Description:Plant with scapes Description:Plant with scapes
  Location:Road to Ubirr Rock, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory Location:Road to Ubirr Rock, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory
  GPS coordinates: 12˚33.755S, 132˚53.755E GPS coordinates: 12˚33.755S, 132˚53.755E
  Date of photo:7 June 2015 Date of photo:7 June 2015
  Field No.:3204 Field No.:3204

 

References (accessed 13 June 2017):

http://eflora.nt.gov.au/factsheet?id=20702

Marchant, N.G., Aston, H.I. & George, A.S. in George, A.S., (ed.) (1982) Droseraceae. Flora of Australia. 8:9-64


Lowrie A.,  (2013), Carnivorous Plants of Australia, Magnum Opus - Volume 2, Redfern Natural History Productions

Short P.S. & Cowie I.D.(eds) (2011)  Droseraceae, Flora of the Darwin Region, Vol 1, Northern Territory Government.






 

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Drosera dilatato-petiolaris