Hi all! I recently got a new place and have been busy decorating it with lots of plants. Recently, I added the beautiful Alocasia species to my living room and I absolutely love it. However, after 2-3 days of bringing it home a few of the leaves got small yellow dots on them. At this time I checked the soil and it was dry a couple inches deep, so I watered it. The leaves for the next day proceeded to 'weep' and expel water drops through the tips. Now, 2 weeks later, the yellow dots have not gotten bigger or shown up on any other leaves. However the youngest leaf turned completely yellow and died. And 2 other leaves look sort of paler green, and are softer/floppier than the others which are quite stiff and dark. I have the pot on a plate of wet rocks and mist the plant every now and then to keep the humidity up. The room gets a lot of bright indirect light. I thought because the leaves were expelling water perhaps these symptoms were of overwatering, so I let the plant dry out the past week. Could the problem also be with fertilizer or lacking some nutrients? I have checked for insects and there are none. Any advice is much appreciated! I really don't want this lovely plant to die! I have other Alocasia species and they are doing just fine.