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Thread: do 10 gallon to 100 gallon fish takes work for cps

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    i have used 10 gal, 20 gal (tall), and currentally a 55 gal tank all with pretty good results. i also keep all of my plants in individual pots.
    take a peek into the greenhouse/terrarium forum for more info and ideas on setting up your tank.

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    i know in my Biology lab there is a 10 gal. tank with an American pitcher plant, a sundew, a butterwort and venus fly trap. they are doing very well. i mean he has it covered with plastic and it there is a lot of light, but all the plants seem to be doing well. I think i might get a 10 gal. tank just put my sundews in and maybe some other plants that would go w/ the same conditions but that's further down the road though.
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    In my oppinion, tanks are great for the cp's that require humidity. However, I have found that VFT's, Sars, some 'dews and a select few neps fare much better outside of a tank...even in humidity as low as 40%. All of my sars and vft's (as well as most of my dews....and this year a nep or two) go outside on the deck in the summer. My big tanks are reserved for plants like the bical (lowland) and aristolochioides (highland) that really need air you can swim in.
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