Subordinate Taxa
Scientific Name:

Fls regular, perfect, solitary or in cymes; sepals ± connate at base, imbricate, persistent; petals 5, hypog. Stamens (4)–5–(20), mostly free; anthers 2-celled, extrorse. Ovary 1-celled, placentae parietal or sub-basal; ovules us. many. Fr. a loculicidal capsule; seeds with fleshy endosperm. Annual to perennial herbs or subshrubs, mostly bog plants, strongly glandular-hairy, insectivorous. Genera 4, only  being subcosmopolitan.

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

Number of species in New Zealand within Droseraceae
Indigenous (Endemic)1
Indigenous (Non-endemic)5
Indigenous (Non-endemic): Sometimes present1
Exotic: Fully Naturalised1
Exotic: Casual4
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