I am very concerned about a small D. adelae that I keep in a vivarium with my White's tree frog. I have several carnivorous plants in this vivarium--a venus fly trap, a butterwort (P. moctezumae) and two D. adelae. The other plants are doing fine, the butterwort especially. But the smaller D. adelae seems to be dying. The leaves have gone brown and soggy, and are shrivelling. They tear off with the slightest tug. The substrate around the plant is also very wet. I give the whole vivarium a good soaking with a Flo-Master garden sprayer every morning and evening. Is this too much? Any other thoughts on what the problem might be? I would greatly appreciate any help I can get--I'd really like to try to save the poor little plant!