4. Drosera oblanceolata Y. Z. Ruan, Acta Phytotax. Sin. 19: 340. 1981.
长柱茅膏菜 chang zhu mao gao cai
Herbs perennial, with fibrous roots. Stems unbranched, short, not forming a tuber below ground. Leaves basal, dense, petiolate, circinately 2-folded toward stipule when young; stipule light red, 1.5-4.6 cm, scarious, deeply 3-parted, middle lobe 2- or 3-fid; petiole 3-7 mm; leaf blade orbicular to oblanceolate, elliptic, or linear, 1.5-4.6 cm × (1-)2-4 mm, pilose with glandular hairs, ciliate. Inflorescences 1 or 2, scapiform, 5-9 cm; peduncle glabrous; cincinnus corymbose, 8-10-flowered; bracts linear, ca. 2 mm; pedicels 3-5 mm. Sepals 5, united at base, green, narrowly obovate to oblong, ca. 4 mm, glabrous, persistent. Petals pink, obovate to cuneate. Stamens 5. Ovary ellipsoid-globose to globose, ca. 2 mm; placentas 3; styles 3, 2-3 mm; stigma multifid. Capsule 3-valved. Seeds black, ellipsoid-globose, ca. 0.3 mm; venation scrobiculate. Fl. and fr. May-Oct.
* Sunny meadows and bogs. SW Guangdong (including coastal islands), SE Guangxi.