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By Shadowtski
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They look like D. tokaiensis to me.
D.spatulata have a smoother transition from petiole to lamina. (stem to leaf blade)
Tokaienesis have a visible transition.

That's my two cents worth. I'm an advanced beginner with Drosera, certainly no expert.

Good growing,
By KategoricalKarnivore
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I agree with Mike. Looks just like my toka.
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