i managed to procure for myself a P. cyclosecta. unfortunately, from shipping, the plant is in rather VERY shoddy shape. many of the leaves have been torn off and i can't even make out what's left of the main plant--cant find the growing point, and no roots. i planted what i thought was the plant, but being realistic, i don't see this plant surviving this ordeal. is there anything that i can do to help increase my chances of saving this plant? asexual propagation doesn't look possible since the leaves are in their carnivorous stage.
here's what i've been doing:
photoperiod: 12 hrs
lighting: 65 W CF 10,000/6700K (dunno what the lumens are)
humidity: very high...plant is placed in an aquarium with water (but the pot is elevated so it is not waterlogged)
watering: top water, but not on plant
when should i just call it quits? are pings as resilient as Drosera?