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Wisheu, I.C., C.J. Keddy, P.A. Keddy et N.M. Hill. 1994, Disjunct Atlantic coastal plain species in Nova Scotia: Distribution, habitat, and conservation priorities. Biological Conservation 68: 217-224.

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Zinck, M. 1991. Status report on the Thread-leaved Sundew, Drosera filiformis, in Canada. Comité sur le statut des espèces menacées de disparition au Canada (CSEMDC), Ottawa (Ontario).