Okay, I have some S.Flava (haven't figured out any more detail on speciesyet, sorry), with what to me look like older pitchers on it... (roughly 3 feet tall)
Anyways, some of the really older ones' lids are getting kinda old looking, the red is really getting pronounced and they are getting crispy, I'm thinking that these pitchers are done (there are new ones coming)
But a few pitchers that are a bit younger have moths on them, stuck about halfway down, and where they are stuck, the pitchers
have turned brown, with sorta circular brown patches mirrored either side of the "spine"... I'm thinking of just cutting these things off, would it be a problem??
I just got the plants the other day, several D.filiformis that I got on the same day are doing fine, all are in a mix of silica sand and peat moss, which they have been growing fine in for a year or more, so I don't think the soil is the problem, but then I don't know, thus this thread
Is it a virus?? or is it just the way these plants are is it, in fact, the moths I've honestly searched this forum through and not found the answer...
PS I didn't fill the pitchers with anything [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]