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    I have a little extric heater with a thermosat and it shouldn't cost much to run when the room is 72F. only a few degrees to warm up to 85F or so. I may try that or a heat lamp.

    Schloaty, the amp grows but retarded growth, and aborted pitchers are grown. It HAS to be the cold temps.

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    All righty! The electic heater was too risky of fire so I remembered I had a halogen light I never use.

    So I got to thinking and hey, halogens generate large quantities of heat so I put it in the growchamber and now fomr 72F regular temp it is bumped up to 80F! Anyone thihnk the ampullaria as well as other plants in there will appreaciate it as it is much more and noticably warmer? Thanks!

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    WAIT A MINUTE!!! pitchers are not formed on the climbing stems are they?

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    Well?

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    NG, now I've seen it all. Color coordinating you bicalcarata pichers to the pottery it grow's in. Great idea!
    Those fangs on that thing remind of a copperhead snake I once met (snake 1, me 0).
    [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img]

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    ragnarok, I think they can form rosettes if i am not mistaken from Michael's picture here:

    [img]http://www.********.com/_borders/namp1.jpg[/img]

    Image linked from: N. ampullaria cultivation.

    allandallas, lol I never noticed that! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

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    Yes, but you only have the climbing leaves wich would explain the lack of pitchers. Eventualy, it should form new shoots with rosettes and pitchers.

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