Thank you Matt.
This difficult to find species from this location is relatively easy to cultivate. The following does the trick:
I have also used LFSM when I cultivated a few of this particular location in a terrarium, heated with a seedmat under the tank to keep the water, and roots warm.
Watering: RO, or distilled only. Keep medium moist at all times. TDS below 25 PPM will produce a beautiful plant.
Indoor temp ranges where I am at stays between 68F-78F night/day, thus indicating a terrarium is not always mandatory, but the plants do like a little extra humidity, as they're a tropical plant. Warm and humid they do like. I've had them growing nicely in 45- 50% RH, but they did even better in 60-70%.
If not using a terrarium, one may choose to simply put down a seedmat for warmth, and set a 10x20 tray on it and cultivate them out in the open on a grow rack. They prefer the temp to be above 60F in my home.
Outdoors, they will do really nicely as long as it is not over 100F for prolonged periods. They're semi-resilient, but nothing to that of a VFT.
With artificial lighting they are very forgiving and not picky. I personally use several, actually a multitude of Roleadro/Galaxyhydro 1500 watt II series LED panels for all of my Byblis plants in a very large area where I house all eight species, and I keep them about 3 to 4 feet above all of the plants.
You do not have to have anything fancy for them however. I have also had them on a windowsill in the past with just supplemental T5 CFLs. (Yes, I still have a few of those lying around
Hope that might sum it up for these. Basically if you can get a Byblis liniflora to grow, then this species is really no different.
Best thing of all? They are self compatible and do not require a second genetically different plant to make seeds! However, you can use a tuningfork or an electric toothbrush to vibrate the anthers to release more pollen for a better seed set
Hope that helps