WOW. Quite an impressive collection you got there. May I ask what light you use?
I like the look with the lights on. It reminds me of coral under actinic lighting.
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thank you guys, I guess it does kind of look like that. It would be cool if nepenthes fluoresced like coral!
As for the LED lights and lights in general I have one 650 watt "veg" array and a 700 watt "flower" array they're just the generic LEDs you see at hydroponic shops. I also have that supplemented with four 48" T5 @ 6500K.
here are a few more.
I'm so jelous of your hamatas! how can I be friends with you?
Hmm I have a black light somewhere maybe I'll try that some time. Thanks for the tip.
Here are a few more, I just got a new point and shoot so I'm fiddling around with it. maybe these came out little better? only thing is this time the fogger was on, gah can't get it just right yet. I guess I have to do it wrong before I do it right.
Here is a tiny N. kinabaluensis (N. villosa x N. rajah) despite its size I really like the shape its grown into very shapely for such a small specimen.
two seed grown hamata and a small AW macro, among others.
N. jamban and N. lowii
an old BE N. hamata shadowing three sg eddies
N. flava finally starting to look flava like
N. vietchii already striping itself out
and a complete chamber shot.
Last edited by Flip_Side_the_Pint; 04-06-2016 at 12:41 AM.
Here re some close ups of the N. undulatifolia I can't wait till its leaves start to undulate.
Here is a tiny N. aristolochioides Not much to look at but it I just rediscovered it in my collection. About six months ago my misting system malfunctioned while I was gone for a few days and things got a little dry, I lost a couple of seedings but nothing too important. I assumed one of them was this N. aristolochioides. Well this past week I have been slowly going through my seedlings and freeing them of overgrown sphagnum as I do every so often as they get crowded. Well I found this small 5cm pot with only a large clump of sphagnum, which I thought was odd as I don't keep pots of just sphagnum moss. So I start digging through it and surprise there was my little N. aristolochioides !!