I'm trying to discern the difference between D. capillaris and D. rotundifolia. I have a colony of D. capillaris:
and I have a stray sundew among a colony of U. dichotoma (no picture as yet). I can't tell the difference. I've read the difference in CP's of the World and it describes the leaf blades as being longer than they are wide and D rotundifolia as having leaf blades broader than they are long. A color photo in the book shows a D. rotundifolia with a long, thin leaf, which doesn't look consistent with what I am reading. I did some searching in the Humboldt site and I see plants with both thin and wide leaves as being D. capillaris. Can someone straighten me out?