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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    If by brown patches, you mean those visible on the leaves in the last pic? Those look like old leaves dying off to me, how long have you had the plant? It can take some time for any plant to adjust to conditions.
    I've had the plant for about 1 1/2 years, and it grew fine until it outgrew its terrarium and I moved it into the larger terrarium.
    The spots form on new leaves, slowly spreading until the leaf is dead. It may be hard to see but here's a 'better' pic. I got it from You-Know-Where in Texas if that helps. It barely had a growth point when I got it. It's about 4" tall, and has a diameter of ~9".


    While I'm at it I might as well post pics of happier plants, so here's the happiest of all, S. oreophila.

    Here's another happy endangered sarr, S. jonesii.

    To top off my mountain sarr collection, here's S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. montana. This seemed like a better pic when I took it.
    Last edited by Bio; 04-23-2014 at 02:02 PM.

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    An update on the inermis, here is it's latest pitcher.


    It's kind of hard to tell, but this is a basal on the N. inermis. I thought they rarely got basals when vining, much less at the size of mine?!?


    And here is a full picture of my C. follicularis - typical.

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    A new N. glabrata x aristolochioides. Not much to look at yet.


    U. longifolia
    Is this setup good for U. longifolia. It's an undrained plastic container; the medium is pure lfs. It will be grown in highland conditions. (58-61* at night)

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    The C. follicularis looks fantastic. Kind of ominous looking. I love it!

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    N. robcantleyi had a decent jump in leaf size.

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    Awesome, good growing on your robcantleyi. The painting looks great, the colors go well. : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zath View Post
    The C. follicularis looks fantastic. Kind of ominous looking. I love it!
    Thanks, I wish it looked that good now. Most of the old pitchers have dried up, to make way for the new ones.

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    A panoramic of my highland chamber.


    This might be my last picture for a while. I got a new camera, and for some reason it isn't letting me upload the photos. This was the only one that it let me upload.

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