So I ended up buying an N. glabrata on some bad research on my part. I heard it makes a good terrarium plant because of its size but after doing a thorough google search of message board discussions, it seems like a lot of people have a hard time with this plant. My terrarium is a 29 gallon tank that sits by a window. Said window receives afternoon and evening light. Right now I'm growing N. alata, ventricosa, sanguinea, singalana, hyrbids with ventricosa parentage, and one lowlander (N. ampullaria). Those plants do quite well.
I generally keep room temps between 79 and 81 during the summers and those temps don't really drop off at night during the hottest months. To make matters even worse, the terrarium gets about ten degrees warmer on sunny days. I'm thinking N. glabrata was a very poor choice. I already had one bad experience with a Heliamphora and don't want to kill off another plant. Should I consider trading this plant for something more suitable?