| Drosera darwinensis ： ウィキペディア英語版|
''Drosera darwinensis'' is a perennial carnivorous plant in the genus ''Drosera'' that is endemic to the Northern Territory. Its leaves are arranged in a rosette with one rosette emerging from the root stock. It produces pink or white flowers from December to April. ''Drosera darwinensis'' grows in clayey sand from Palmerston to Berry Springs south of Darwin and east to Humpty Doo. It was first described by Allen Lowrie in 1996; the type specimen was collected south of Temple Avenue in Palmerston on 8 April 1990. The specific epithet ''darwinensis'' refers to region where this plant is found in abundance. It is closely related to ''D. brevicornis'', but differs from that species by its shorter inflorescence (5–15 cm long in ''D. darwinensis'' and 30–40 cm long in ''D. brevicornis'').〔Lowrie, A. 1996. (New species in ''Drosera'' section ''Lasiocephala'' (Droseraceae) from tropical northern Australia. ) ''Nuytsia'', 11(1): 55–69.〕
== See also ==
* List of ''Drosera'' species
* Taxonomy of ''Drosera''
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