About two weeks ago my <i>P. moranensis</i> began developing a flower scape, and I was very excited because I have not yet seen a Ping in flower. A little under a week ago there was an unexplained explosion of gnats in my room, which my moranensis feasted on like mad. It caught a large number of them, with about 2-4 gnats on every leaf. I was impressed. But over the days that followed, the developing flower stalk started to turn yellow and appear weak, and it seems to have stopped growing, apparently aborted. Of course, I am disappointed. [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img] Does anyone know if there could be some sort of connection between the gnat feast and the aborted flower?