Fernando Rivadavia Lopes (ferndriv@usp.br)
Mon, 11 Dec 1995 15:18:50 -0300 (GRNLNDST)

> >think they were D.roraimae. At the Bot.Garden I saw a collection of a
> >small, rosetted Drosera with narrow, tongue-shaped leaves and white
> >flowers on short scapes only around 1-3 cm high. It was from Venezuela
> >and I'm almost sure it was the same as that one shown in CPN in 89 or 90
> >in an article on CPs of the teupis. Does anyone know which one that is?
> Well, it could be D.arenicola. Check the description I sent a couple of
> days ago. I think you could recognize if it matches or not. (I am not
> sure if we talk about the same picture but I remember there was one of
> D.felix in CPN in those years.)

Yes I remember the D.felix picture well, it was on a back cover and
I think it was in Don Schnell's collection. So the one we're talking about
is almost surely D.arenicola. Cool, so that's what it looks like!!

Fernando Rivadavia
Sao Paulo, Brazil