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Drosera bulbosaDrosera bulbosa (or Drosera bulbosa ssp. bulbosa) usually is a pale-green species reaching up to 6 cm in diameter. The colour will change to golden-yellow towards the end of the growing season. This species produces up to 8 scapes 2 to 3 cm long each with a single flower.
D. bulbosa can be distiguished from D. rosulata by the golden-yellow colour and the raised ridge along the length across the middle of the leaf. The tubers are red.
Narrow Leaf FormA colourful form with - surprise, surprise - narrow leaves. In contrast to the colouration of typical plants (green early in the season, slowly changing to yellow) this form shows quite a reddish colour due to the intense colouration of its tentacles.
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