Drosera of the Americas is the third volume of a series of three books that document all carnivorous sundews (Drosera) of the world, for the very first time and in unparalleled detail.
These spectacular carnivorous plants produce leaves lined with tentacles tipped with droplets of glistening, sticky mucus that trap, kill and digest insects and other small animals.
In this volume, all Drosera taxa from North America, Central America and South America are documented in lavish detail. The morphology, diversity, taxonomy and botanical history of all recognised taxa is described in depth in clear English prose. All descriptions are accompanied with numerous spectacular images covering many Drosera taxa that have never been photographed before.
Signed copies bear the signature of Stewart McPherson. Each signed book bears a unique number (from 1 to 500). Copies are shipped in numerical order.
Page size: 229 x 153 mm