South Western AustraliaA thin covering of moss on granite is all many tuberous Drosera need to survive. D. menziesii, D. macrantha and D. stolonifera ssp. compacta are commonly found in this habitat.
Drosera giganteaThere were about 85 plants in just this one field. Read "PERTH !!!". 1 comments
Peltata near Inga Waterfalls Blue mtnsFound these beautiful peltata on a sandy ridge near bedford creek fire trail
Burmannii Near penrith NSWHi Discovered two spots with burmannii near penrith NSW - Incredibly red form -
Kedumba Walls SpatulataKedumba Walls in the blue mtns National park has a number of seeps . near one such seep we found these incredibly deep maroon spatulata.
Drosera pygmaea of the blue mtnsA drosera pygmaea from near katoomba in the blue mtns - with ample gemmae around.
These drosera are common in the mtns in some areas near seeps and localised swamps.2 comments
Drosera DistributionI made this map some time ago. It shows (fairly poorly) the distribution of Drosera species in Australia. I think green was under 5 species, yellow 6-10 and orange 11 or more. 2 comments
Drosera SchizandraPhotographed April 2005 on the slopes of Mt Bartle Frere, Qld.
Drosera adelaePhotograped April 2005 found growing in the middle of a waterfall near Innisfail Qld.2 comments
Drosera spatulataThis was taken at Evens Head in April 20013 comments