Last month I posted about my green typical that I bought last June and successfully put through dormancy and themn put outside to help it have enough energy to get through its two flower stalks. It was doing fine until I decided to move it. When I came back to work on Monday it was chewed to pieces. Only one leaf and trap remained - and I thought it was an old leaf / trap, remaining in the open position. It has been several weeks and there has been no new growth from the center - no new leaves. The remaining leaf is still green and it closed for a day. Can I infer that the plant is still alive even though there has been no new growth? Can I also infer that the trap closed because of some miscellaneous debris that triggered its hairs, but reopened because it wasn't real food?