South African Drosera at times stubbornly will not conform to published descriptions. This plant was received as D. madagascariensis: it certainly is not. By virtue of the hairy leaves, I would be inclined to accept D. natalensis as a possibility, but the flower bears strong affinities to D. dielsiana. Note the shading toward the flowers center. The styles are too divided at their apices however to fit the description for that species. When will these South African's learn how to behave! I welcome any opinions on this plant.
The flower showing the styles:
This is the first flower so I have no details of seed character or viability.