I have a Nepenthes species 1, a highlander, growing in relatively high humidity levels (I don't have an exact measurement) under low-med lighting (mostly filtered sunlight from a skylight, and whatever it gets from the room lights when they are turned on) and just very recently it is having some leaf die-off in two locations that appear very wet and rotten looking.
It's a big shift from its usual senescence pattern where the tissue would gradually turn brown and become very dry. It is also very uncharacteristic as it has happened to young, emerging leaves, so I'm wondering if this may be a result of some of the conditions I have it in now, or some kind of infection/parasite? I was also just about to repot the plant - should I hold off on this until its health improves?
Thanks so much!