CPWA Seasonal Growth Chart

Carnivorous Plants of Western Australia
Seasonal Growth Chart
TAXON /POPULATIONJANUARYFEBRUARYMARCHAPRILMAYJUNEJULYAUGUSTSEPTEMBEROCTOBERNOVEMBERDECEMBERBroad DistributionWithin 100 km of Perth?Growth Form
D. andersoniana    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. bicolor    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. bulbigena    South WestYesTuberous – Erect
D. erythrogyne    South WestNoTuberous – Climbing
D. gigantea ssp. gigantea   South WestYesTuberous – Erect
D. giganteassp. geniculata    South WestYesTuberous – Erect
D. graniticola    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. heterophylla    South WestYesTuberous – Erect
D. huegelii    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. intricata    South WestYesTuberous – Climbing
D. macrantha ssp. macrantha    South West, DesertYesTuberous – Climbing
D. macrantha ssp. eremaea    DesertNoTuberous – Erect
D. marchantii ssp. marchantii    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. marchantii ssp. prophylla    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. menziesii ssp. menziesii    South WestYesTuberous – Climbing
D. menziesii ssp. basifolia    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. menziesii ssp. penicillaris    South WestYesTuberous – Climbing
D. menziesii ssp. thysanosepala    South WestNoTuberous – Climbing
D. microphylla    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. modesta    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. moorei    South WestNoTuberous – Climbing
D. myriantha   South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. neesii ssp. neesii   South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. neesii ssp. borealis    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. pallida    South WestYesTuberous – Climbing
D. peltata "W.A. Form"    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. radicans    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. salina    South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. stricticaulis    South WestYesTuberous – Erect
D. subhirtella    South WestNoTuberous – Climbing
D. sulphurea   South WestNoTuberous – Erect
D. zigzagia    South WestNoTuberous – Rosetted
TAXON /POPULATIONJANUARYFEBRUARYMARCHAPRILMAYJUNEJULYAUGUSTSEPTEMBEROCTOBERNOVEMBERDECEMBERBroad DistributionWithin 100 km of Perth?Growth Form
D. browniana    South WestNoTuberous – Rosetted
D. bulbosa ssp. bulbosa     South WestYesTuberous – Rosetted
D. bulbosa ssp. major    South West, DesertNoTuberous – Rosetted
D. erythrorhiza ssp. erythrorhiza    South WestYesTuberous – Rosetted
D. erythrorhiza ssp. collina    South WestYesTuberous – Rosetted
D. erythrorhiza ssp. magna    South WestNoTuberous – Rosetted
D. erythrorhiza ssp. squamosa    South WestYesTuberous – Rosetted
D. lowriei     South WestNoTuberous – Rosetted
D. macrophylla ssp. macrophylla    South WestNoTuberous – Rosetted
D. macrophylla ssp. monantha     South WestNoTuberous – Rosetted
D. orbiculata    South WestNoTuberous – Rosetted
D. prostratoscaposa    South WestNoTuberous – Rosetted
D. rosulata    South WestYesTuberous – Rosetted
D. tubaestylus    South WestYesTuberous – Rosetted
D. zonaria    South WestYesTuberous – Rosetted
D. fimbriata    South WestNoTuberous -Fan Leaved
D. platypoda    South WestNoTuberous -Fan Leaved
D. ramellosa     South WestYesTuberous -Fan Leaved
D. stolonifera ssp. stolonifera     South WestYesTuberous -Fan Leaved
D. stolonifera ssp. compacta     South WestNoTuberous -Fan Leaved
D. stolonifera spp. humilis     South WestNoTuberous -Fan Leaved
D. stolonifera ssp. monticola    South WestNoTuberous -Fan Leaved
D. stolonifera ssp. porrecta     South WestYesTuberous -Fan Leaved
D. stolonifera ssp. prostrata     South WestNoTuberous -Fan Leaved
D. stolonifera ssp. rupicola     South WestNoTuberous -Fan Leaved
 
D. androsacea    South WestNoPygmy
D. barbigera     South WestYesPygmy
D. callistos    South WestYesPygmy
D. citrina    South WestNoPygmy
D. closterostigma    South WestYesPygmy
D. dichrosepala     South WestNoPygmy
TAXON /POPULATIONJANUARYFEBRUARYMARCHAPRILMAYJUNEJULYAUGUSTSEPTEMBEROCTOBERNOVEMBERDECEMBERBroad DistributionWithin 100 km of Perth?Growth Form
D. echinoblastus    South WestYesPygmy
D. eneabba    South WestNoPygmy
D. enodes    South WestNoPygmy
D. ericksoniae   South WestYesPygmy
D. grievei    South WestNoPygmy
D. helodes    South WestYesPygmy
D. hyperostigma    South WestYesPygmy
D. lasiantha   South WestNoPygmy
D. leioblastus   South WestNoPygmy
D. leucoblastus    South WestNoPygmy
D. manniana   South WestYesPygmy
D. miniata     South WestYesPygmy
D. nitidula ssp. nitidula   South WestYesPygmy
D. nitidula ssp. allantostigma   South WestYesPygmy
D. nitidula ssp. leucostigma   South WestYesPygmy
D. nitidula ssp. omissa   South WestYesPygmy
D. nitidula ssp. nitidula x D. ericksoniae  South WestYesPygmy
D. nitidula ssp. allantostigma x D. ericksoniae  South WestYesPygmy
D. nitidula ssp. omissa x D. pulchella   South WestYesPygmy
D. nitidulassp. omissa x D. occidentalis ssp. occidentalis   South WestYesPygmy
D. nivea    South WestNoPygmy
D. occidentalis ssp. occidentalis   South WestYesPygmy
D. occidentalis ssp. australis   South WestNoPygmy
D. oreopodion    South WestYesPygmy
D. paleacea ssp. paleacea    South WestYesPygmy
D. paleacea ssp. trichocaulis    South WestNoPygmy
D. parvula   South WestYesPygmy
D. platystigma   South WestYesPygmy
D. pulchella   South WestYesPygmy
D. pynoblasta   South WestNoPygmy
D. pygmaea – "Western Australian Form"   South WestNoPygmy
D. roseana    South WestNoPygmy
D. sargentii   South WestNoPygmy
D. scorpiodes    South WestYesPygmy
D. sewlliae    South WestYesPygmy
D. stelliflora   South WestNoPygmy
D. silvicola    South WestNoPygmy
D. spilos    South WestYesPygmy
D. Walyunga    South WestYesPygmy
TAXON /POPULATIONJANUARYFEBRUARYMARCHAPRILMAYJUNEJULYAUGUSTSEPTEMBEROCTOBERNOVEMBERDECEMBERBroad DistributionWithin 100 km of Perth?Growth Form
D. binata (WA)    South WestNoPerennial
D. burmanni (WA)    Tropical, DesertNoAnnual
D. glanduligera   South WestYesAnnual
D. hamiltonii   South WestNoPerennial
D. hartmeyerorum    TropicalNoAnnual
D. indica – narrow leaf, white or pink flowers    TropicalNoAnnual
D. indica – ‘hooded red stamens’    TropicalNoAnnual
D. indica – orange flowers    TropicalNoAnnual
D. indica – wide leaf form    Tropical, DesertNoAnnual
  
D. banksii    TropicalNoAnnual
D. broomensis    TropicalNoPerennial
D. caduca   TropicalNoPerennial
D. derbyensis    TropicalNoPerennial
D. dilatatopetiolaris    TropicalNoPerennial
D. kenneallyi   TropicalNoPerennial
D. ordensis    TropicalNoPerennial
D. paradoxa     TropicalNoPerennial
D. petiolaris   TropicalNoPerennial
D. subtilis    TropicalNoAnnual
 
Aldrovanda vesiculosa (Kimberely Region)     TropicalNoPerennial
Aldrovanda vesiculosa (Esperance Region)     South WestNoPerennial
 
Cephalotus follicularis  South WestNoPerennial
 
TAXON /POPULATIONJANUARYFEBRUARYMARCHAPRILMAYJUNEJULYAUGUSTSEPTEMBEROCTOBERNOVEMBERDECEMBERBroad DistributionWithin 100 km of Perth?Growth Form
Byblis gigantha (Perth Region)    South WestYesPerennial
Byblis gigantha (Northern Sandplains)    South WestNoPerennial
Byblis filifolia    Tropical, DesertNoAnnual
Byblis linifolia    TropicalNoAnnual
Byblis roridula   TropicalNoAnnual
 
Utricularia aurea   TropicalNoAquatic – Perennial
Utricularia aurea x U. meulleri[putative hybrid]   TropicalNoAquatic – Perennial
Utricularia australis     South WestNoAquatic – Perennial
Utricularia gibba   Tropical, South WestYesAquatic – Perennial
Utricularia muellerii   TropicalNoAquatic – Perennial
Utricularia stellaris   TropicalNoAquatic – Perennial
Utricularia tubulata   TropicalNoAquatic – Perennial
Utricularia antennifera    TropicalNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia benthamii    South WestNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia bifida   TropicalNoTerrestrial – Perennial
Utricularia caurelea   TropicalNoTerrestrial – Perennial
Utricularia chrysantha   TropicalNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia dichotoma (WA)   South WestYesTerrestrial – Perennial
Utricularia dunlopii    TropicalNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia dustaniae    TropicalNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia fistulosa   TropicalNoAffixed aquatic – Perennial
Utricularia georgei     TropicalNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia helix  South WestNoAffixed aquatic – Perennial
Utricularia inaequalis   South WestYesTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia kenneallyi    TropicalNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia kimberleyensis  TropicalNoTerrestrial – Perennial
Utricularia lasiocaulis   TropicalNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia leptoplectra   TropicalNoTerrestrial – Perennial
Utricularia leptorhyncha    TropicalNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia limosa   TropicalNoTerrestrial – Perennial
Utricularia menziesii    South WestYesTuberous – Perennial
Utricularia minutissima    TropicalNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia multifida    South WestYesTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia paulinae   South WestNoTerrestrial – Perennial
Utricularia petertaylorii   South WestYesTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia quinquedentata    TropicalNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia simplex   South WestNoTerrestrial – Perennial
Utricularia singeriana    TropicalNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia tenella    South WestYesTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia tridactyla    TropicalNoTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia uliginosa   TropicalNoTerrestrial – Perennial
Utricularia violacea   South WestYesTerrestrial – Annual
Utricularia volubilis  South WestYesAffixed aquatic – Perennial
Utricularia westonii   South WestNoTerrestrial – Annual
 
168 taxa 
Legend :No Colour/White : No Above Ground GrowthGreen : Above Ground Growth; No FlowersBeige : White with Pink/White FlowersAll other colours show the approximate colour of the Flowers

OrangeYellowPinkPurpleRedPale Pink
References:
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Gibson, R. (1998). CarnivorousPlants near Mt. Lesueur, Western Australia. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter.(27): 81-84.
Gibson, R.; Gassin, R.;Howell, F.; Spence, S. and Denton, B. (1992). Field Notes of an Expedition toWestern Australia. Bulletin of the Australian CarnivorousPlant Society, Inc. 11(4): 13-17.
Lowrie, A. (1996) New speciesin Drosera section Lasiocephala (Droseraceae) from tropicalnorthern Australia. Nuytsia (11): 55-69.
Lowrie,A. (1987). Carnivorous Plants of Australia: Volume 1. UWAP
Lowrie,A. (1989). Carnivorous Plants of Australia: Volume 2. UWAP
Lowrie,A. (1998). Carnivorous Plants of Australia: Volume 3. UWAP
Lowrie,A. (1999). Some insights into the Australian perennial tropical Drosera.Bulletin of the Australian Carnivorous Plant Society, Inc. (18):12-20.
Lowrie, A.(2002). Utricularia petertaylorii:a new species from the south-west of Western Australia. Nuytsia (14): 405-410.
Schlauer,J. (2002). Drosera hartmeyerorumspec. nov. (Droseraceae), a new sundew in Sect. Arachnopus from NorthernAustralia. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter (30): 104-106.
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