Well, I learned a valuable lesson. I finally got around to repotting (really controlling) my drosera adelae. It's coming up on three years now and this is the second repotting I've done.
Louisiana summer heat was scorching the leaves so I moved it inside after it stopped producing dew. The older leaves never recovered. In fact, each new leaf would just shrivel up and die but a new sucker would pop up.
Well, I didn't expect this when I repotted but only two were actually producing dew, I think I found out why.
Excuse the horrible quality, my camera was having a hard time adjusting to the shaded balcony and afternoon sun. I knew their roots were sensitive to light but geez, this was even at the very bottom of the pot!
Moral of the story: Avoid light colored pots -_-