I'v had my little 3" Pasian Highlands truncata baby for a month now. I ordered it from a terrarium supply website, so it wasn't strictly carnivores, so they may or may not have been knowledgeable. Oddly to me, this nep was potted in strictly small, thin pieces of bark. Is there a reason for that? Should it be repotted in a mix with more sphagnum, while still using the bark for drainage? It's not very moisture retentive. However, I should add that it settled into my environment nicely and just put out a new leaf which immediately started to create it's first pitcher in my care, so it may be happy as it is.
So what is the reason for it being potted in bark?