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    Lowlanders for highlanders...56k warning, lotsa pics

    Hi guys. I have to let my babies go in place of highlanders. I'll set up the tank, take temp measurements and then decide on the offers. I hate to let them go, especially the bical x camp, but it's a new learning experience and i'm sure I'll learn to love highlanders/intermediates.




    N. bellii x ventricosa





    N. bicalcarata "red" x campanulata It has some spots. I guess it's harmless mildew that feeds on nectar. This is a heavy nectar producer. The spots on the lamina of the old leaves are a bit of light burn I think.





    N. rafflesiana




    N. 'Medusa'

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    I just want to make sure what your offer is. You want to trade away your lowlanders for some highlanders?
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    Yep, or intermediates. Switching to basement-growing.

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    keep them...and see what happens later on! that belli x ventricosa, 'medusa', and clip may all do ok in your new terrarium. all of those CAN be intermediates. the bical x camp may be a bit of a longshot but it should also be ok.
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    yeah but uhh... I want plants that like it cooler so uhhh... yeah. Why have the cool conditions if I don't put 'em to use! I want those plants I never thought I could have, and now I can.

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    Pmmmmmmmiiiiinngggg.....

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