This upright growing pygmy is one of the larger species. Not quite as large or tall as scorpiodes, but noticeably bigger in stature than most others. Almost like a miniature scorpiodes in my opnion. The traps themsleves are rather elongated, and a orangish red color. They're not as tightly packed as some species and instead spread out and grow upwards. The plant itself also forms a small stem, much like, but not as dramatic as Drosera scorpiodes. I've yet to flower this plant, and it's potted in a typical mix of peat, perlite, and sand.
Growing Conditions: Grow Rack Care Level: Easy Source: My Green Obsession