johns Posted August 22, 2009 Report Share Posted August 22, 2009 (edited) Went on a trip today to a bog in Østmarka, the forested area to the east of Oslo. The bog: On basically every square meter of bog you can see grew round-leafed sundew. It was nearly impossible to avoid stepping on them. In the middle of the bog was a wetter area, where I found english/great sundew. Aquatic sundews? :) I also found the below plants, which I think are D. x obovata, the natural hybrid between round-leafed and english sundew. It's not easy to tell whether one has found x obovata or intermedia, to me they look very much the same. Supposedly intermedia has stripes on the seed capsule, and the flower stalks emerge from the side of the rosette (in the hybrid it emerges in the middle). Unfortunately I didn't remember to check, and I can't tell from the pictures. These grew in a slightly different place. Same as the ones above? Edit: fixed round-leafed sundew URL. Edited January 17, 2010 by johns Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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