Please be careful when using plant names. Since the ICPS is linked to the Carnivorous Plant Database, I often use and frequently recommend this resource whenever accurate/accepted spelling is desired to help avoid any possible confusion.
If you're trying to positively identify a plant with questionable ID, it is usually best to spell your guesses and speculations correctly. This way you avoid any possible confusion. It might not hurt to even give reference to your source, i.e. =>Carnivorous Plant Database.
As an obviously rediculous example of what might happen, consider "Drosera capilensis". It's not Drosera capillaris nor is it Drosera capensis.
Remember that plant names are universal and precise:
Drosera hamiltonii is not the same as Drosera hamiltonnii
Sure, we all make typos, but we should not be indifferent to them by ignoring them. It does not help anyone to ignore obvious mistakes, I doubt if any of us can be 100% correct, 100% of the time.
We should be open to pointing out when we think someone has, for instance, spelled a name wrong. I know how to feel foolish when correcting someone elses mistake and at the same time make another of my own. I have made my share of spelling errors. But I give my thanks to all the people over the years who have helped me to be aware of the ones I make. It has helped me to make fewer. I call all of us to consider being that courteous to one another.