War. War never changes.
After Sarracenia flowers are pollinated and spent they will lose their petals. Normally the rest of the flower will stay intact, however, in my experience sometimes a sepal or another part can die. Since the seed pod itself looks pretty developed and free of any fuzz or browning, I'd think that it's safe.
If you remove the dried parts, everything else looks nice and alive, yes? Normally when I have a flower that aborts late the entire pod will look pretty shabby with the rest of the flower and then brown and die, too.
With any luck, they should be fine- at least that's what my experiences would lead me to believe. Anyone else?