Very interesting color patterns--
Do you know whether this Flytrap clone has been tested for viruses? Variegation can be caused by other things, but I'm thinking of the potyvirus for example that caused variegation in tulips and which fueled the "tulipomania" craze in Holland and elsewhere during the 1600s:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulip_Breaking_potyvirus
Although viruses can produce interesting results, I wouldn't want a virus-infected plant among my own, fearing spreading the infection to other plants when I use scissors for example to cut leaves and groom the plants.
However, if this patchy coloration is not caused by a virus or other plant pathogen, it is a new and very interesting color variation.