I have a Cephalotus 'Hummer's Giant' that I recently moved to lower-light conditions, and as a result I've lost quite a few pitchers, which I'm not at all suprised at.
I am suprised, however, at these little moving red dots I now see on my plant's newly forming pitchers. My first thought was that they must be spider mites, but I've yet to see any kind of webbing. I sprayed my plant with Seven just in case, but the little red guys didn't go away.
It's honestly hard to tell if they're hurting my plant because like I said before, I just changed my Ceph's conditions and as a result I'm getting some dying pitchers and leaves.
Do any of you have any thoughts on this issue? Let's just say I'd rather not lose my 'Hummer's Giant', so any help would be greatly appreciated.