Ok, so I kind of a newb here. I've loved plants my whole life, and always been intrigued by the venus flytrap. However, growing up in Oklahoma, I never had ideal humidity, or even survivable humidity for the that matter. I moved to Seattle when I was old enough to, and now, I finally, at 23, purchased my first trap. And to my surprise it was actually two. I seperated them as soon as I got them, because I had already purchased the Savage Garden a long time ago, and am, somewhat knowledgable. Anyway, with the traps, I got 30 free mixed Drosera seeds. I sowed them immediately, forgetting about stratification. Anyway, that's been almost two months, and my flytraps are still well and healthy. So, I purchased a Nep Rafflesiana about three weeks ago. I bought it off of ebay, cause I wanted to see if I COULD do it, before I spent mega bucks on one. Shortly after receiving the plant, the very small two working pitchers fell off, as the soil was FAR too dry when I received it. (I repotted it immediately after receiving it, but, too far too gone, I guess). So now, I have refitted my smaller aquarium and bought a much larger one. I'm not even sure how big. I have three 6000k/1360 lum fluorescent lights which are about 7-8 inches from most of the plants, but about 5 in. away from my Nep. One of the leaves was almost turning yellow before I got this new setup going. (they've been in the new tank for almost 5 days) So, I just wanted some advice on the health of my plant. I'm a complete newb when it comes to Neps, but I love my Raff so much. Also, are my flytraps going to coincide well? Below are pics, along with my temp and humid guage. Any ideas about the lighting? And that one trap, it's got a weird indentation on it? What is that?
Any advice at all will help tons. Thanks!