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    some 4,000K compacts and a GE Chroma 50 fluorecent

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    Looking great Eric! Those D. spatulatas seem to be very happy in your tank [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

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    Man i like it, Classic Terriums are great if you can get a set up nice, like what you have.

    IM convertingmine into a Potted cause... i dont have control of watering like i used to...

    Glad it worked out for you! and it looks great

    Chers

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    if anything i would be VERY careful with all of your plants....dont forget they need a dormancy(ping,VFT, and maby some of the Droseras. just a thought for you. and its coming along great!
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    Thanks everyone, this probaly wouldn't have happened if I hadn't found this great community to learn from.

    glider: for dormancy I just put the vft into the fridge and back again in spring. almost all of the drosera don't need a dormancy, but I keep a close eye on them all [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

    try to spot the 4 species of pygmy drosera! the scoripiodes is the easy one.

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    Youre VFT needs more light... More light for them might get good coloring for the others, dont have experience with n. madada whodi whaty, or the pygmie sundews, but light would be god for them im sure nice coloration.

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (nepenthes_ak @ Mar. 17 2006,9:44)]Youre VFT needs more light... More light for them might get good coloring for the others, dont have experience with n. madada whodi whaty, or the pygmie sundews,.....
    Pygmy dews can handle more light without a problem. I grow mine in direct sun. I get lots of dew and bright red tentacles. So add more light if you can.
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    hey, drosera binata need dormacy?, cool im getting some kind of bighter light.

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