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Drosera erythrogyne

D. erythrogyne is a golden-green climbing species reaching mostly 1 to 2 m in length, sometimes up to 3 m. The upper part may branch several times. The stem is glabrous and the leaves are arranged in groups of three. The closest relative is D. pallida. Both species may occur close to each other in the same locations. However, D. pallida is usually found in the drier ground whereas D. erythrogyne prefers wetter conditions. The two species can be distinguished by the shape of the leaves.
The tubers are white to pale pink.

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