Petals white or pink Droseraceae
Leaves basal and cauline, peltate. Basal rosette of leaves often absent at time of flowering. Stems erect, occasionally bending over, 10–15 cm high, arising from a globular subterranean tuber. Flowers in terminal racemes. Petals white or pink
Sepals ± pubescent, c. 4 mm long; margins ciliate-toothed. Widespread. Damp pastures and open forests. Fl. spring–summer Drosera peltata
Sepals glabrous, c. 5 mm long; margins entire. Widespread. Damp places in gullies and forests. Fl. spring–summer Drosera auriculata