Red Ink Sundew (Drosera erythrorhiza)
Red Ink Sundews are native to Western Australia, and are one of the carnivorous sundew species. Laying close to the ground, ants and other insects are lured in by the sticky 'dew' on each filament and are then trapped, providing the plant with nutrients they cannot gain through the soil.
Small A4 and A3 print sizes: available on fine art paper.
- A4: 21x 29.7cm [8.3x11.7in]
- A3: 29.7x42cm [11.7x16.5in]
Size indicates the total paper size, inclusive of small white border. The longest edge of the image will be slightly cropped (compared to large prints).
Large print sizes: available on metallic or fine art paper.
- 40x60cm [16x24in]
- 60x90cm [24x36in]
- 80x120cm [32x48in]
Size indicates dimensions of printed image; an additional white border surrounds the image to help with framing.
Larger sizes, alternate print materials, and framing may be available upon request.
Western Australian wildflowers.
Free shipping of rolled prints within Australia.
Proudly Australian made.
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