God I hope I didn't kill my gubler nep. I got this plant about a month ago.
It seemed to be growing so so. I also have a ventricosa and a sanguinea that are about the same size.
The ventricosa grew 2 new leaves and a 3rd one is sprouting in the time it took the gubler nep to grow 1 leaf. I just got the sanguinea and it has started growing a new leaf too.
Also, the gubler nep had a 1/2 inch long pitcher that I had been waiting for 3 weeks to get bigger so I can ID the plant.
The vent also has a small (smaller than the gubler) pitcher that already doubled in size over a 3 day period. The gubler nep pitcher stopped growing, and turned brown and a couple bottom leaves were turning yellow.
I'm suspecting root rot.
Sooooo I noticed the soil in the gubler pot looked different than the others. I was looking at the soil and it looked like rotten peat or something.
I mixed up 30% peat, 30% perlite, and 30% sphagnum and repotted the plant. The old soil was waterlogged compacted rotten stinky sphagnum. The plant had very few roots. it probably will go into shock. Only time will tell, I hope I didn't kill it.