Dead on arrival. It was about a half dozen small, but live plants. They had rotted away to nearly nothing. I had to examine their pot with a magnifying glass, to even discern their remains. In the same shipment were several Drosera and Sarracenia seedlings. The only plants that were damaged, at all, were the Byblis.
The Byblis plants were in their own pot, and they were packaged so as to be nearly undisturbed, physically. I'm sure it was a combination of lack of light and perhaps temperature fluctuations that predisposed the small plants to damping-off. I couldn't be sure, because of the state of their remains, but they looked like they may have been two or three inches high, when still alive.
If I remember correctly, in that shipment were also some Drosophyllum lusitanicum seed, because W.I.P. was concerned that live plants of that species would fare even worse than the Byblis in shipping, and they were not even going to try. I believe they (Bob Hanrahan), had already sufficient experience, and anticipated that outcome.