didnt you keep the labels with each clone so you can tell what plant is what in the future?
and you got a czech giant? (jealous smiley)
was there any sarracenia (north american pitcher plants) in with the order, or was it 10 of their various VFT species?
all of the VFT's (venus fly traps) like czech giant, pink venus, red dragon etc, are all clones of the same plant via tissue culture.
anything grown by seed (even a cross of two identical clones) is classified as just an ordinary VFT, even though it may have characteristics of its parents.
however if cared for properly you will find each rhizome will naturally divide on its own, providing you with more clones of the same species.
you can tell because it will have multiple crowns (aka growth points) and maybe even little tiny traps appearing amongst the full grown plant.
theres 3 hairs in the centre of each lobe of the trap. if touched twice in 30sec it will activate the trap. they might not respond at all during colder weather or when less healthy.
dont trigger the traps yourself, they only work a few times then die off.
they also require live prey to struggle and keep triggering the hairs, causing the trap to squeeze tighter and tighter.
let it catch its own prey.
your coming up on winter in the USA, so you can expect them to die back and enter dormancy, where you will get most traps die off, very few new traps, less colour, and very slow growth.
ive even had a "shark tooth" clone die off completely above ground but the rhizome was fine and the following summer it'll re-grow again.
just make sure to keep them moist at all times.
not wet and boggy (causes root + rhizome rot) and not dry out either.
keep them in a water tray during summer, and remove the tray during winter so they can free-drain out the bottom of the pot.
lots of sunlight, the more the better. (full sun ideally, except keep them out of heatwaves eg 100f)
so in a nutshell:
keep it moist with pure water at all times, lots of direct sunlight, and the plant will do the rest itself.
they are easier to care for than ppl realise