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    台灣植物誌 第一版  Flora of Taiwan, 1st edition    Vol. 2

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    台灣植物誌第一版  Flora of Taiwan, 1st edition  2: 649

    DROSERACEAE 649
    1. Drosera burmanni Vahl, Symb. 3: 50. 1794; Matsum. & Hayata in Journ. Coll. Sci. Univ. Tokyo 22: 135. 1906; Hayata, Icon. Pl. Form. 2: 13. 1912. 金錢草(錦地羅)
    A stemless perennial herb. Leaves radical, rosulate, petiolate, obovate, cuneate at base, together with petioles 10-15 mm long, with glandular hairs along margins above. Scapes 1-3, about 10 cm high, 3-10-flowered; flowers white; about 6 mm long; calyx 5-partite, the segments oblong; petals 5, obovate-cuneate, longer than calyx; stamens 5, shorter than calyx; ovary 1-celled, the styles 5.
    China, India, the Philippines, and Australia. Taiwan, in shady wet places or soggy soils.
    TAIPEI: Yangmingshan, Suzuki s. n. May 5, 1929; Shihlin, Nakamura s. n. Aug. 18, 1940. TAOYUAN: Suzuki 5828, Masamune 337.
    2. Drosera indica L., Sp. Pl. 282. 1753. 長葉茅膏菜 P1. 434
    Drosera makinoi Masamune in Trans. Nat. Hist. Soc. Form. 25: 11. 1935.
    An annual herb without a tuber; stems solitary, erect, up to 15 cm long, short-hairy. Leaves narrowly linear, 4-6 cm long, 2-2.5 mm wide, gradually narrowed to a filiform point, light green, with glandular hairs above; glands yellow or red. Racemes leaf-opposite, loosely 3-9-flowered, often longer than leaves. Flowers rose, about 9 mm across; sepals 5, entire; petals 5, obovate, longer than calyx; stamens 5, nearly same length of calyx; styles 3, each bipartite nearly to their base. Capsules oval.
    Common in tropical Asia, Africa and Australia. Taiwan, in wet places or soggy soils.
    TAOYUAN: Nankan, *Suzuki 5869. Shimada 1164; Tayuan, Suzukis, n. Nov. 1923; Hsinwu, Ye 11731.
    3. Drosera peltata Sm. var. lunata Clarke in Hook. f., Fl. Brit. Ind. 2: 424. 1879;
    Hayata, Icon. Pl. Form. 3: 113. 1913; Kudo & Masamune in Ann. Rep. Taihoku Bot. Grad. 2: 108. 1932. 茅膏菜 Pl. 435
    A perennial herb, glabrous except for glandular hairs on leaves above; stems slender, sprouting from a small subterranean tuber, thin, sparingly branched above. Leaves lunate to semi-orbicular, with caudate drawn-out basal lobes, peltate, glandular-hairy along margins above. Racemes terminal, 2-10-flowered; flowers white; sepals ovate, fimbriate; petals oblong-obovate, white, 5-7 mm long; stamens 5; styles 3-4-parted, penicillate. Capsules nearly globose, about 2.5 mm long.
    India to Japan and southward to Tasmania. Taiwan, in sunny grassy places and along roadsides. The typical phase occurs in eastern Asia, India, Australia and Tasmania.
    HSINCHU: Kuanwu, *Liao & Kuo 1553. TAOYUAN: Tanaka 13536.