| Drosera filiformis ： ウィキペディア英語版|
''Drosera filiformis'', commonly known as the Thread-leaved sundew,〔 is a small, insectivorous, rosette forming species of perennial herb. A species of sundew, it is unusual within its genus in that the long, erect, filiform (thread-like)〔 leaves of this plant unroll in spirals - an arrangement similar to the circinate vernation seen in Ferns.
== Distribution and habitat ==
''D. filiformis'' occurs naturally in both Canada and the United States; its natural range extends down the eastern seaboard of North America from south western Nova Scotia〔(Canadian Committee on the status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada report for ''D. filiformis'' )〕 in the north down through New England to Florida and Louisiana in the south.
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