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Drosera moorei

Drosera moorei is a scrambling or climbing plant up to 35 cm long. Few bracts can be found on the lower part of the glabrous stem.
The tubers are white.

The three species D. intricata, D. moorei and D. subhirtella are very similar. They can be most easily differentiated once they flower (taken from Lowrie's publication):
D. moorei: stem and sepals glabrous
D. intricata: All plant parts (excluding the sepals) glabrous
D. subhirtella: All plant parts (excluding the lowermost section of stem, stamens, styles and petals) glandular



section of a stem




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