I was getting some peat moss and perlite at Lowes, the same one where I got this VFT, when I went to their VFT section and found that they got a new shipment of VFTs that actually looked healthy, and I realized that some of them were actually that one Dente cultivar I've seen mentioned while researching VFTs, so I couldn't help but buy one!
When I was repotting it from the really bad looking sphagnum moss it came with, it suddenly turned out it was two plants! Immediately just split into two plants as soon as I put it into the water to wash off the moss on the roots.
It also turned out there was a bunch of heads and rotten looking things underneath the moss buried, so I had to take some scissors and trim it all off. In the end, I had two healthy looking rhizomes with a few traps, and just potted them in a 50/50 peat moss/perlite mix.
However, the smaller of the two is a bit weird, one of the long leaves on it is leaning off to the size like it's about to split off kinda, while still attached to the rhizome. Because of the way it's leaning off, it's exposing the rhizome. I'm not sure if I should just put some peat moss over it and bury that part, or if it's ok just leaving it kind of exposed? Not sure if I should tear that leaf off, as I don't think it has its own root.
The plant after I purchased it:
Repotted after it split into two plants:
Leaf leaning over and exposing the rhizome: