| Drosera humilis ： ウィキペディア英語版|
''Drosera humilis'' is a perennial tuberous species in the genus ''Drosera'' that is endemic to Western Australia. It has 3 to 5 semi-erect stems that are 3 to 15 cm long with carnivorous leaves arranged in whorls around the stems. It is native to a region from the Moore River north to Kalbarri and east to Ajana and Wongan Hills. It grows in winter-wet sandy soils in heathland. It flowers from June to September.〔Lowrie, A. 2005. (A taxonomic revision of ''Drosera'' section ''Stolonifera'' (Droseraceae), from south-west Western Australia ). ''Nuytsia'', 15(3): 355-393.〕
It was first formally described by Jules Émile Planchon in 1848. Twice the taxon was reorganized and assigned to a taxonomic rank under ''D. stolonifera'', once in 1906 by Ludwig Diels and again in 1982 by Neville Graeme Marchant.〔
== See also ==
*List of ''Drosera'' species
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