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By Matt
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I'm far from a Drosera expert, but that looks like one of the more commonly sold Drosera that is mass-produced by Agristarts 3 in Florida: Drosera spatulata 'Fraser Island'

Edit: It would appear that Drosera spatulata has white flowers, so your plant might be Drosera tokaiensis, which is a hybrid between D. spatulata and D. rotundifolia.

Where did you source the plant?
By Durrendal
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From a local seller. Carnivores aren't popular in our country so we don't have reputed sources. The seller himself told me it was Spatulata but I'm also leaning on Tokaiensis because this guy never turns red despite full tropical sun of 50K-70k lux whole day
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By Matt
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I think you're right then. If it never gets any redder than it is in the photo, it is likely D. tokaiensis.

Someone else who is more knowledgeable about sundews will likely chime in with their assessment soon :)
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