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    I found this rather nice link good for seeing the distribution of the different types of Drosera species. My compliments to the author.

    http://virtuelle.gefil.de/~chrusty/droserakey.htm
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    how do you make it work?

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    CLick the entries at the top of the page. If you need translation go here:

    http://www.freetranslation.com/

    Anyone speak German? Christian? Noah? Maybe someone could translate the various German entries for the various Drosera species listed at the top of the page for those of us who dunno.
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    Hi,

    The author of this page is Rico Hiemann. Translation of then entries is the following

    hardy Drosera subtropical Drosera tropical Drosera
    tuberous Drosera pygmy Drosera petiolaris Drosera
    cape Drosera queensland Drosera forked leaf Drosera
    all areas where Drosera occur

    hope this helps,

    Christian

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    ooh that's very cool! i was surprised by just how far north they grew!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Rico Hiemann @ Sep. 01 2004,6:32)]I added an english version:
    http://virtuelle.gefil.de/~chrusty/droserakeyeng.htm
    Wow, great work, Rico! Got that saved to favorites in a flash!

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    Is there a site like that that denotes dormancy requirements?

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