Species within a genus

Genus: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
DROSERA (G)
Sundew(Le) Doublom
Family: DROSERACEAE
drosos, = dew; droseros, = dewy, watery. (glistening leaf-glands)
(LS, Le)
Drosera aliciae
Ground Rose(Vo) Cape Sundew (Wf)
Location: (F, K, P)
For Alice Marguerite Pegler (1861-1929).**
(Ch)
Drosera capensis (La)
Doublom(PS) Vliegvangertjie(Vo) Slakblom Stream Sundew
Location: (F, K, P)
cape, = Cape of Good Hope; -ensis, = indicates country or place of growth, or origin or else habitat. (pertaining to the Cape of Good Hope; Cape Peninsula)
(BL)
Drosera cistiflora (G, La)
Grootdou(PS) Pietsnot(Wf) Rose-flowered Sundew
Location: (F, K, P)
cystis, = the bladder, a bag, pouch; cista, = a wooden box or basket, often woven of slips or twigs; flos, floris, = a blossom, flower. (CISTUS – rockrose)
(LS, ld, M)
Drosera esterhuyseniae [Now D. aliciae]
Ground Rose(Vo) Cape Sundew (Wf)
Location: (F, K, P)
For Elizabeth (‘Elsie’) Esterhuysen, (1912-2006)**.
(Ch)
Drosera glabripes (La)
Woody Sundew (Vo)
Location: (F, K, P)
glaber, glabra, = without hair, smooth, bald; (glabrous; smooth, hairless) pes, pedis, = a foot; the stalk or pedicle of a fruit, especially of the grape. (a foot-like part or organ, peduncle)
(ld, BL)
Drosera hilaris (La)
Sprawling Sundew (Vo)
Location: (F, K, P)
hilaris, hilarus, = cheerful, of good cheer, lively, gay, blithe, merry, jocund, jovial.
(ld)
Drosera pauciflora (La)

Location: (P)
paucus, pauci, = few, a few, little; flos, floris, = a blossom, flower. (few-flowered)
(ld, BL)
Drosera slackii

Location: (F, P)
For Adrian Slack (c.1934- ).**
(Ch)
Drosera trinervia (G, La)
Little Sundew (Vo)
Location: (F, K, P)
tri-, = three times, thrice; nervus, = a sinew, tendon, nerve. (nerve (vein)) (three-veined)
(LS, ld, BL)
Drosera xerophila (G)

Location: (P)
xeros, = dry, parched; xera, = dry land; philios, = loving, friendly, kind. xerophilus, = loving dry land.
(LS, BL)
Drosera zeyheri (Now D. cistiflora)
Douwblom() Jansnot Puredou
Location: (P)
After Carl Ludwig Phillip Zeyher (1799-1858).**
(Ch)