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Nepenthes are the tropical ones, and only the lowland neps don't need to go dormant. (I think)
The cephalotus is the West Australian Pitcher Plant. Heliamphora are kind of tropical, but they are in much higher latitudes in the jungle.
All nepenthes do not need dormancy.
Also, there are some sundews, butterworts, and bladderworts that do not need dormancy.
Heliamphora doesn't either...
Cephalotus will produce a set of non-carnivorous leaves during its resting phase....but the plant as a whole is still somewhat growing