So I just took a look and my new D. capensis is without dew, and one leaf is molding! I've had it in with my other D. capensis and my N. alata, which have high humidity (about 70-75%) and a decent temp (low 70s) but substandard light. I've been watering it with filtered tap water, which I suspect is the culprit; I'll be getting a few gallons of RO water soon or maybe work out some rain catch.
The strange thing is, my old D. capensis is a little less dewy than usual, but otherwise seems unphased. Vegetatively (and aside from the mold) they both look very healthy - just not up to catching bugs.
Anyways, I took them both out of the terrarium and put them in a tray of water about 4" away from a fluorescent grow light (no enclosure, about 60% humidity.) Soon I'll have a much better grow setup, so if I can keep them alive for a few more weeks, they should have ample oppertunity to recover. However, I'm heading back home for Christmas and then to my grandparent's for New Year's, so I need to get them set up to be care-free for a week or so at a time.
Any hints? Should I clip the moldy leaf? What should I look for as far as signs of stress? Thanks!