This species is rather similar to Drosera parvula. It's got skinny leaf petioles with bright red traps, and hair plant centers. However, the plants don't seem to grow as compactly and instead grow more upright. It's also a bit bigger. This species follows pretty typical pygmy sundew care, and benefit from frequent feeding. The flowers are also a relatively big for the plant, and a nice white color.
Growing Conditions: Grow Rack Care Level: Easy Source: My Green Obsession