The third bog we visited was the Camas Prairie. Accessing the site required a short ramble through the woods. As soon as the trees started thinning, we saw D. rotundifolia.
It was growing in moss (not sphagnum), rotting wood...
... and directly in fallen logs:
D. anglica was also present. This form is markably different from others we have seen yet, being larger, more robust, and less upright than most populations.
The flower scape in the first picture is 24 cm. tall.
D. obovata was also present, though at times it was difficult to distinguish it from D. anglica. Another interesting difference between this D. anglica and others observed so far is the mass of the stipules, which seemed to be slightly higher than normal in these plants.
The wooded area slowly gave way to an open meadow, with sundews, predominantly D. anglica, growing mainly in clumps of moss amongsts sedges: