DROSERA BURMANII Vahl.

Family: Droseraceae

Bengali/vernacular name: Surjasishir, Mukhijali.

Description of the plant:
A small stemless herb. Leaves 6-16 cm long, all radical, forming a close rosette on the ground, spathulate-cuneate, upper surface clothed with numerous gland-tipped tentacles, longest at the margins. Scape 1-3, erect, 5-20 cm long, from the axils of inner leaves. Flowers small, in secund racemes, occupying the upper forth of the scape only.


DROSERA BURMANII
DROSERA BURMANII Vahl.


Using information:
The plant is a powerful rubefacient (Yusuf et al. 2009).

Distribution:
In most of the districts in moist fallow lands.