Okay, I've corresponded w/ Ivan Snyder on this matter. (Ivan introduced D. burmannii from Beerwah, QLD, AUS.)
Ivan Snyder wrote, "I have seen both white and pale pink flowered D. burmannii. My Beerwah plants have pale pink flowers. Noah's plants are likely the Beerwah form. One thing I have noticed on my Beerwah plant when harvesting seed is a sticky resinous substance on the sepals. It has a feel like the sticky plant known as Catchfly, genus Silene and Lychnis. I don't know if any other sundew has this."
PAK, the "red" is quarter size and was given to me as a burmanni red...which according to the way this discussion is going doesn't mean much.
Perhaps William could shed some light. *I just knew you couldn't stay away from the fourums Tamlin. *welcome back.
Thanks for the welcome Lauderdale, but I am more likely to shed hair than light I'm afraid, especially on this particular subject.
I too have seen pale pink flowers on the Beerwah form, but PAK is talking pink pink I think.....