I got this D. capensis a few days ago from **********.com, and it's not looking too well. I'm thinking that it could be shock? I put it in a 10-gallon to keep humidity up, and water with distilled via the tray method.
After being in the terrarium all night, it has sticky dew on it's leaves, but after about 10 minutes of being out of the tank, the dew seems to evaporate. If I leave it out of the terrarium for a bit, will it get used to it and "realize" that it needs to produce thicker dew?
Also, it seems to have that curly leaf syndrome that was in this post. I checked for aphids and other pests, but found none.
Here's a picture of a new leaf opening, but still with the curly leaf thingy.
Here's a photo of an old leaf.
Here's the whole plant. Well, more like 3-5 plants. Look at the babys on the left! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] (why are the smileys amish?)
Any reason why these leaves could be curling down like that? If I got a bad tissue culture from **********.com I'm going to be sad. I just want one of those D. capensis that look like they have pink hot-dogs on the ends of them!