|English Name||Indian Sundew|
|Status in China||Vulnerable（VU）|
Perennial herbs, without tubers below the ground. Stems short, not branched. Leaves rosette, orbicular to oblanceolate or linear, 0.5-1.2 cm long, 2-4 mm wide, with glandular hairs; stipule membranous, light red, 5 mm, deeply 3-parted, middle lobe larger, 2- or 3-lobed at apex; petiole flattened, 1-3.2 cm long, glandular or glabrous. Inflorescences 1 or 2, 5-9 cm long, 8-10-flowered; bracts linear, ca. 2 mm long; pedicels 3-5 mm long; sepals 5, narrowly obovate to oblong, ca. 4 mm long, united at base, glandular-toothed at apex, persistent; petals 5, obovate to cuneate, pink; stamens 5; ovary ellipsoid to globose, ca. 2 mm long; styles 3, 2-3 mm long. Capsule 3-valved. Seeds ellipsoid, ca. 0.8 mm long.
Sunset Peak. Guangxi, Guangdong.
On wet and sunny places beside rocks. Flowering & fruiting: May-Oct.
It is an insectivorous plant and plays a special role in an ecosystem. Natural populations are small and susceptible to disturbance and habitat destruction. In Hong Kong, the locality of its occurrence is in Country Park under protection.