i think it is a Drosera aliciae here is a pic off of Dean cooks website i think *it is the same
Pic of Drosera aliciae off of Cook's website
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This is a beautiful form of D. natalensis as evidenced by the hairy petiole, lamina shape and most importantly by the subsequently divided styles after their initial bifurcation from the base. *Seed details are less reliable as D. natalensis is indistinguishable from D. aliciae by seed alone. *If you ever have spare seed, I would love to try to grow this handsome plant!
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this should be moved to the identify forum
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