- Tue Oct 26, 2021 4:47 pm
Sometimes when you put bloodworms in dry they can float on the surface and grow mold instead of sinking to the bottom to be digested, that is probably not causing the problem here but its good info to have. Feeding the oldest pitchers is a good course of action, that will preserve the newest pitchers for longer. As for the feeding rate sometimes if pitchers get overfull of food they start to wilt, but since there is barely anything in the new pitchers that is likely not the case either. Once pitchers start turning there is no going back/stopping them, it will slowly turn black/brown and there is nothing you can do about that other than slowly watch the process unfold. I'm still leaning toward moving it causing it stress, leave it in one spot, stop feeding it for a month and let it acclimate. The residual food it has in the pitchers and the reabsorbing of the newer pitchers should suffice until then.
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