Has anyone ever heard of a pitcher producing slime? It's a very dark green color. It's a new vogelii, and I noticed there was something black inside the pitcher, but I disregarded it until I realized there was more. I tipped the pitcher upside down a few moments ago and this black stuff oozed out. To describe it best, it's the consistency of a very slimy booger, but it's a dark green/black/brown. Not even sure what to begin thinking it may be. Not a slug, that thought crossed my mind, bit it's not alive. The only thing that went into the pitcher was maybe two teaspoons of distilled water to fill it up and a single ant added a few days later. That was actually a few days after I brought it home, and this issue arose just a day or so ago. When I noticed the slime, the pitcher lid was beginning to wilt, and now part of the peristome is as well. The plant is very healthy and just put out a new leaf with a forming pitcher, and another leaf is coming right behind it. Any ideas of what it could be? It slid way down into the bottom of the pitcher to where I can't get a picture of it anymore, that is, after I tipped it to see if the stuff would come out.