Dusklight Sarracenias is one of the many plants in Warframe that players can scan to obtain crafting materials. The Dusklight Sarracenias plant, in particular, gives Dusklight Sarracenias that players can use to craft Apothic gears. 

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In this Warframe guide, we will talk about where players can find Dusklight Sarracenias.

Where to Find Dusklight Sarracenias in Warframe

Players can get Dusklight Sarracenias in Grineer Shipyards, commonly found on the dwarf planet Ceres.  

Missions like Pallas(Exterminate) and Ker(Sabotage) are some of the best ways to obtain Dusklight Sarracenias.

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When you are near a Grineer Shipyard, look for pools of toxic waste. There you can find a good number of Dusklight Sarracenias plants. Scan them to obtain Dusklight Sarracenias extract. 

Using the Cross Matrix Widget while gathering Dusklight Sarracenias, players have a chance to obtain two Dusklight Sarracenias extract in a single scan

One of the best farming locations for Dusklight Sarracenias is the reactor room found in Ker, Ceres mission. The reactor room has four Dusklight Sarracenias plants. 

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That is, you can get around six to eight Dusklight Sarracenias extract, granted you are using the Cross Matrix Widget while scanning the plants. 

What are Dusklight Sarracenias Used For 

Players can use Dusklight Sarracenias for crafting Nightfall Apothic gear

Warframe is a sci-fi multiplayer shooter game currently available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One/X, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch platforms.

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