Fairly recently I got a nepenthes hamata clone from Wistuba. I placed it into my terrarium and hoped for the best. My terrarium tends to get temperatures of 85 (with a drop to 75 at night) and 80% humidity (rising to 100% at night). It's potted in the Sarracenia NW mix of ground coconut fiber, chunks of coconut husk and bark. Receives light for 12 hours a day.
Shortly after arriving to me, the few small pitchers on it turned black, which I took to be just part of transport. Lately though, a few of the other leaves are blackening, and I see some yellowish along the edges of some of the other leaves.
Below are some pictures:
And here are two images of its environment.
Now, reading up, two things I'm edgy about are the intensity of the light and shifts in temperature/humidity. Is my current change in temperature at night possibly hurting it? And re: the intensity of the light, should I try to shield it from the direct light?