Seperated my typical earlier.
at first, it looked all etoliated and freaky.
but then i clipped back most of the dead leaves or leaves that didnt have traps.
i also moved them into better light
and now, after the seperation, each plant had developed its own rhizome and was eager to be seperated, they just fell apart on their own lol. infact, the one on the far right
and one second to the left are flowering.
im going to let them this time.
Yep, they definitely needed the better light!
Tropical Fish Enthusiast
BTW, trapless leaves, as long as they are green, are still useful. They are still photosynthesizing. They just don't look acceptable to us.
may I ask how much light they were originally under?
under a 26w full spec light.
now they are under a 65w full spec light with the 26w as backup lighting all in all about 10500 lumens on them now.
this is the best photo i have right now, sorry its from my cell phone xD