5. Drosera intermedia Hayne. Stem 1-8 cm. long, bearing leaves in a rosette or also at intervals for several centimeters along the stem. Petioles 2-5 cm. long, glabrous. Leaf-blades oblong-spatulate to obovate, 4-5 mm. wide, 8-20 mm. long, bearing long glandular hairs on the upper surface. Stipules adnate at the base for the first millimeter, then breaking into several setaceous segments 2-5 mm. long. Sepals oblong, 3-4 mm. long. Petals 4-5 mm. long. Seeds reddish brown, oblong, 0.7-1 mm. long, blunt at the ends, densely and irregularly covered with long papillae.
Northeastern N. Am.; around the Great Lakes and along the coast from Nf. to Tex. July, Aug. [D. longifolia, Gray.]
6. Drosera capillaris Poir. Petioles 0.6-4 cm long, sparsely glandular- pilose. Leaf-blades broadly spatulate, 5-10 mm. long, 3-5 mm. wide, usually shorter than the petioles. Stipules free, or adnate for the first millimeter, then breaking into numerous setaceous segments 3-5 mm. long. Scape glabrous, 4-20 cm. long, Bearing 2-20 flowers. Flowers pink, 10 mm. wide. Sepals oblong-elliptic, 3-4 mm. long, obtuse. Petals 6-7 mm. long. Capsule 4-5 mm. long, surpassing the calyx. Seeds brown, elliptic to oblong-ovate, 0.4-0.5 mm. long, asymmetric, coarsely papillose-corrugated in 14-16 ridges.
Common in the coastal area from se. Va. to Tex. May - Aug: