A weed or rotundifolia?
Seriously though, it's certainly not a weedy drosera like capensis or binata. Could be rotundifolia - has the look of one about it.
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The more I view this the more it looks like Drosera capillaris to me. The first two photos aren't showing up.
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I agree with NaN on D. capillaris. IMO, it also looks like it might be D. intermedia.
Links were removed but here's the weed with D. manni:
Hmmmmm, not D. rotundifolia or D. intermedia. Might be D. capillaris - are there any hairs on the underside of the leaf?
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Here's what I mean:
Here's the plant in question:
This is D. capillaris:
This is D. spatulata:
And this is an old picture of now out of the collection D. intermedia and D. anglica:
I am far from being a reliable source of ID but these leaves and traps just don't look like capillaris, spatulata, or intermedia.
Here are D. rotundifolia seedlings that came and went a couple years ago:
...Maybe it's a hybrid of another form of capillaris? Now that I think about it, it looks more like capillaris.
Edit: You can see here D. capillaris as various forms. It kind of looks like the last one.