Scientific Name:
Drosera stenopetala Hook.f., Bot. Antarct. Voy. II. (Fl. Nov.-Zel.) Part I, 19, t. 9 (1852)

Stock short, invested with remains of lf-bases. Lvs exstipulate, narrow-spathulate; petioles glab., up to 5 cm. long, lamina up to 2 cm. × 5 mm., clad in stalked glandular hairs. Peduncle solitary, glab., up to 20 cm. long, one-fld. Sepals connate into 5-lobed calyx; lobes 3·5 mm. long, rounded. Petals white, cuneate-obovate, up to 1 cm. long. Style branches 3, multifid. Capsule 7 mm. long.

[From:  Allan (1961) Flora of New Zealand. Volume 1.]

Indigenous (Endemic)

Fruiting: Nov.–Mar.

de Lange, P.J.; Rolfe, J.R.; Barkla J.W.; Courtney, S.P.; Champion, P.D.; Perrie, L.R.; Beadel, S.N.; Ford, K.A.; Breitwieser, I.; Schönberger, I.; Hindmarsh-Walls, R.; Heenan, P.B.; Ladley, K. 2018: Conservation status of New Zealand indigenous vascular plants, 2017. New Zealand Threat Classification Series. No. 22. [Not Threatened]
de Lange, P.J.; Rolfe, J.R.; Champion, P.D.; Courtney, S.P.; Heenan, P.B.; Barkla, J.W.; Cameron, E.K.; Norton, D.A.; Hitchmough, R.A. 2013: Conservation status of New Zealand indigenous vascular plants, 2012. New Zealand Threat Classification Series 3. Department of Conservation, Wellington. [Not Threatened]
Hooker, J.D. 1853: The Botany of the Antarctic Voyage of H.M. Discovery Ships Erebus and Terror in the Years 1839–1843, under the command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross. II. Flora Novae-Zelandiae. Part I. Flowering plants. Lovell Reeve, London.