After I transplanted three dioneae's almost three weeks ago now, two are doing very well.
But the third plant had a huge shock, leaves turning black (I had to cut them off eventually), very small traps compared to the old ones and no new growth (so I thought) but after looking closer today I noticed that there are now 2 new growthpoints, one very close to the old one (you can still see the old growt point, it is where the brown flowerstalk leftover is) and the other is, and I find this very strange, behind a leaf.
first and for all my set up, my plants get (well not every day since its cloudy sometimes) alot of direct light here (all day actually) and it is always warmer there than outside (I'm talking about 25-35° celcius while outside its 15-21° celcius )
My very healthy typical dioneae, this one is quite vigorious. It didn't show a sign of root shock after transplanting
My baby bigmouth, I love this one. It is still small but the traps are as big as my healthy typicals traps
And last but not least, the one with the strange growthpoints.
Closeup (you can see the brown flowerstalk leftover here, and a new small leaf next to it)
And this one is behind a leaf (the left leaf in the previous picture)
As you can see there are atleast 4 new leafs comming from behind the mature leaf, my question is: Why on earth would it do that and why did the old growthpoint stop functioning??