I am not sure on the ID at species level. I called it Drosera annua at the time of the photo, 10 years ago, but iNat does not like that name. Perhaps someone more knowledgeable on plants than I am can get this identified correctly. In any event this is the common sundew observed in east Texas as far as I am aware.
Angelina National Forest
Angelina Co., TX
13 May 2003
carnivorous plant, grows in the sandy areas of the Big Thicket area. It has a reddish coloration and the flat, wide leaves are covered with filaments covered with sticky drops. The small insects are attracted to the “nectar” and become stuck.
Small sundew with flat rosettes of round yellow-green leaves with bright crimson hairs; leaves redden with exposure to sun.
Flower stalk is central and rises several inches above the rosette. Small whitish flowers.
Most visible on the sphagnum mats in the open sections of the bog.
Lots of sundew growing in this spot. I have been wanting to get some pics of carnivorous plants and I spotted this giant sundew garden! Hope it is this easy and plentiful when I go looking for more Like Sarracenias!
Spent and fresh flower buds.
Pretty common in the bit around the boardwalk.
Just realised what it was!
On scarp above the falls. Very sunny, exposed rocks.