Is it strange that I absolutely love this plant? "Rose" is awesome too - there was a really big one at the ICPS today that looked fascinating. As this form ("Diosera") seems to be forming a stem, I'd be interested to see how it looks in a few weeks/months - will it form a huge vine/stem like a nep or D.Chrysolepis?
I've seen people use the term that way before. When plants are called clones it doesn't necessarily mean that they are widely available clonal plants - it's just used to indicate that each plant, or clone, is genetically different. With just the pictures a viewer's first thought might be that all these plants came from the same tissue culture flask and are genetically identical.
Ah. Never have used it that way. I admit that I do tend to be more of a word "purist" -- especially with science related matters. By that standard, "clone" is only used for asexually reproduced organisms.