Well looky there, all in one place! Thanks Andrew. The photo labeled Drosera montana created quite a bit of confusion based on it's upright form. The seed was misidentified, and as it was from a grower of the Brasilian species I assumed that it was a South American species, hence my speculation that it might be villosa or graomgolensis. Since then I have become more informed on the South American plants:-) When the plants flowered it conformed to spatulata, and I now feel this is the form from Fraser Island in Australia. I have seen similar forms called "lovellae" although this named form was a result of a single collection of a form with a different number of styles from the typical Australian form. I have nicknamed this plant "Tamlinosa" (which is totally illegitimate, illegal and probably unethical as well, but hey we all want to be immortal, right?)
Thanks for your kind comments!