Before I decided to post and ask for help I've attempted to do lots of searching, homework, and cannot come up with an explanation for this.
About a week ago I woke up one morning and went in to check on my plants (I have my collection on a grow rack. Mainly sub-tropical Drosera. Temps range from 60's to upper 80's, sometimes hitting low 90s. % humidity ranges from 40-70. The plants are about 8-10 inches away from a 4 bulb T5HO fixture. I grow them all in the same water tray that I keep filled with roughly 1/2 inch of water. See my grow list for the species I have currently in the tray. I feed them once every 2 weeks w/ rehydrated blood worms).
Well...That morning every plant in the tray looked great except my Drosera spatulata. My Drosera spatulata was a clump of 2 spatulatas and had been sending up several flower stalks, and it always looked dewy and awesome. It was my first CP and I've had it since this past April. The plant appeared to have lost ALL of its dew and the tentacles were curled inward. I noticed there is a tiny Drosera seedling to the side of the plant. I have not seen any insects or anything out of the ordinary that would indicate a problem.
Anybody have any ideas? I can provide a pic if necessary. ALL of the other Drosera look great.