This species looks a lot like Drosera occidentalis. Very skinny petioles, large red traps, and a hairy center. One of the smaller species of pygmy sundew, this plant doesn't get much bigger than shown in the pictures. Pygmy sundews apparently do not pesticides, as most of the traps and leaves shriveled up as seen in the pics. Hopefully it'll pull through.
Growing Conditions: Grow Rack Care Level: Easy Source: My Green Obsession