Hello - I am new to the forum and have some questions regarding U. reinformis. I purchased a plant which arrived one week ago. The day it arrived, the temps here were about 18 degrees, however, the plant itself felt about 40 degrees. I promptly put it in a highland terrarium where I have thriving Cephalotus and a Nepenthes hamata (temp range is 60 to 75 degrees). The plant is about six inches below two fluorescent daylight tubes. The soil appears to be a 50/50 peat pearlite mix that has remained wet but not waterlogged. The second night I noticed a very small slug crawling on the single leaf and removed it. The single leaf is beginning to yellow at the point where it meets the stem.
My questions are:
Are these proper growing conditions? I am inclined to repot the plant so I can see what is under the soil, however, I don't want to stress the plant any more than it already is. Based on what I have read on the forum, I am inclined to plant it in Sphagnum, small orchid bark, peat and perlite, is this a better growing medium for these plants?
I have added a link to a photo in hopes that this will help solve my problem. The yellowing is slightly more pronounced in person. Sorry if I am beating a dead horse. Any information is appreciated. Chuck