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Thread: Just for fun - RH and temp for CPs

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    For the whole month of March

    The x-axis is a time line eg. 0:06:26 and 12:06:26
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    That temperature and humidity range is very like that in my petiolaris terrarium.
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    Mark, I literally live in any lowland terrarium. ROTFLMAO

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    More pics from ambient Singapore conditions a.k.a. the petiolaris terrarium... LOL

    N. hirsuta


    N. bauensis 1


    N. bauensis 2 - very dark form


    N. ampullaria "Black Miracle"




    N. gracilis var. nigropurpurea


    N. gracilis


    N. distillatoria


    N. benstonei


    N. hookeriana


    N. macrovulgaris x reinwardtiana




    N. campanulata x veitchii


    N. longifolia




    N. boschiana


    N. x Miranda


    N. mirabilis


    N. rafflesiana var. nivea


    N. alata Surigao


    N. lowii x campanulata


    N. reinwardtiana


    N. sanguinea hybrid(?)


    N. x ventrata


    N. veitchii (pink)


    N. campanulata x maxima


    N. pervillei


    N. northiana


    N. treubiana


    N. madagascariensis


    N. campanulata (new plant)


    N. neoguineensis (new plant)
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    Those in the same temperatures but with extra humidity.

    N. maxima wavy leaf


    N. maxima Poso


    N. adnata


    N. ampullaria x ventricosa




    N. rafflesiana seedling


    N. Viking seedling


    N. andamana
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    It is a pleasure to see such a nice collection of lowland Nepenthes. 'Really like the photo of the N. x ventrata.

    And absolutely no offense meant on the terrarium comment! Singapore sounds awesome.
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    - Mark

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    Well, I'm impressed! That boschiana upper is beyond incredible! Also love the shape of the veitchii x campy, great hourglass look but it has a bit of a flared peristome as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    It is a pleasure to see such a nice collection of lowland Nepenthes. 'Really like the photo of the N. x ventrata.

    And absolutely no offense meant on the terrarium comment! Singapore sounds awesome.
    Mark, no offense taken. I love the weather here. The humidity keeps our skin supple but our hair is hard to manage. LOL I have told by friends who visited that they find it hard to breathe on hot and humid days as they are used to temperate climate.

    Most of these Neps have been with me from 5-10 years and I chose not to use cooling (only way is air-conditioning as the evaporative cooling is inefficient in such high humidity), even for intermediate species. They do go through hard times when the weather is hot and dry but the monsoon seasons have kept them going.

    I am still in search of the more resilient form of N. hamata (if it exists) and hopefully one day it will be a resident at my balcony.
    Cindy

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