| Drosera heterophylla ： ウィキペディア英語版|
''Drosera heterophylla'', the swamp rainbow, is an erect perennial tuberous species in the carnivorous plant genus ''Drosera'' that is endemic to Western Australia. It grows in shallow water swamps or wet clay flats near granite outcrops and occurs in the vicinity of Perth and to its north. ''D. heterophylla'' produces small leaves along an erect stem that can be tall. It is the only species in the genus that produces many-petaled flowers (as opposed to the usual four- or five-petaled flower). These white flowers emerge from June to September.〔〔Rice, Barry. 2009. (The tuberous erect & scrambling ''Drosera'' ). The Carnivorous Plant FAQ. Accessed online: 12 August 2009.〕
''D. heterophylla'' was first described and named by John Lindley in his 1839 manuscript, ''A sketch of the vegetation of the Swan River Colony''.
== See also ==
*List of ''Drosera'' species
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