Drosera capensis is a long living good choice. It is readily available, easy to grow, active, and becomes large and showy when mature. It has several varieties, all are worth cultivating.
Here is a Sundew that is not often seen for sale.
Drosera hamiltonii is from Australia in the same region as Cephalotus.
It's distinctive in shape and coloring, I think.
I bought one plant and propagated the others in this communal pot from root cuttings.
You are bidding on the two small plants...
Here is a Sundew that you don't see too often.
This plant was originally from a giveaway several years ago.
You are bidding on mature plant from this pot.
The plants are growing in a 32 ounce yogurt container to give you a sense of scale.
Your plant is a little over one inch in diameter...