This photo is of the species Drosera spatulata, commonly known as the Spoon-Leaf Sundew. As a carnivorous angiosperm (flowering plant), it feeds on invertebrates, primarily small flies and other insects. Drosera spatulata is found throughout New Zealand, eastern Australia, and South East Asia, and is thought to have evolved in New Zealand and then spread west and north. Researchers have yet to come to a consensus on whether the migration of this species began before or after New Zealand became separated from the supercontinent of Gondwana.
Degreef, J. 1989. The Droseraneae during the glaciations. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, Vol. 18 (2).