I had nearly lost hope for this Venus flytrap, as the plant seemed practically dead just a month ago. However, this specimen has conducted quite the miraculous comeback and presently appears mostly fine.
This Venus flytrap is three-years-old and has snagged all manner of prey, including a few daddy longlegs (comically leaving only their legs protruding from the trap).
I assume the arachnids stumbled upon traps that had recently opened after digestion and misidentified the husk of the previously consumed insect as potential prey. This mistake seems to prove fatal for the daddy longlegs quite often.