In the past couple months, I repotted my Nepenthes ventricosa and moved it from a glass block window to under some lights. It started making more leaves pretty fast, but the pitchers wouldn't form. One just turned black after it reached the soil, and another has been small and not growing for maybe a month. I have five or six new leaves, none of which have touched the soil (yet?), and one grew all wrinkly and tucked under itself.
Inspecting the plant today, I saw some weird things, I'm guessing eggs of some sort, under the leaves.
I found a carpet beetle on a sundew and two dead under my grow rack, but I don't think they lay their eggs under leaves.
Here's a weird leaf:
And one of the new leaves looks a little bit eaten away at with brown edging the eaten part.
As you can see, it looks like it likes its new pot and new lights, putting out so many new pitchers, but they don't grow, and I suspect it has to do with whatever's under the leaves.
Any help is appreciated!