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    Maybe I am misreading but what I get from the material I have read is that the winters are warm/hot and wet while the summers are hot and dry. Monsoonal-type climate, always warm/hot just variance in how wet. Never "cold".
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    I think that's true for the tuberous sundew growing regions:

    Noresman
    Kalgoorlie
    Esperance
    Albany

    Petiolaris complex:

    Kalumbaru
    Derby
    Broome
    Mt Elizabeth
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    Western Australia Rain & Temperature Map

    * oops, meant to tack this on to the end of the previous message but entered it in the quick reply window instead of the edit window

    So I may as well make this an Australia climate resource links post:

    Australia Climate Averages
    Florabase: search on Droseraceae/Drosera
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    Oh bloody hell. I went and did the dumbest thing and you are welcome to laugh at me for this.

    I transposed seasons. Through all the petiolaris stuff I havebeen reading I have been applying N. Hem. seasonality.

    I am a total nut job feel free to break out the stick.

    Still, I am right about the monsoonal-type biome. Rain drops in summer but the temps are pretty constantly warm. Only 10 degrees average variance over the course of an entire year is pretty stable temp wise.
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    Naw, it drives me nuts too, and to top it off the Aussies drive on the other side of the road

    The FloraBase has some great information: descriptions of the habitat niche and typical soil for each species. Unfortunately D. fulva and D. falconeri are not in the database
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    YEah but while I was transposing the seasons for petiolaris I still managed to keep the tuberous straight. How is that for nuts?!?
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    Yep, the summer season is the wet and humid one whereas the winter period is slightly cooler and dry.

    Members of the petiolaris group are not only confined to the Broome and Kimberley area (Kimberley is a region not a town), but to the entire northern region of Australia including the Northern Territory (like a state but the population is not high enough) and the states of Western Australia and Queensland.

    And you guys ar the ones driving on the wrong side of the road.

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    Ah, ok. One of the maps I looked at had "Kimberly" in bold on the coast and again in lighter letters in the land mass. I was guessing that the Kimberly region was named after a town.

    Us Yanks are so ignorant on geography anyway.

    And I said 'the other side' of the road
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