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    My large highland tank:


    Smaller highland tank:


    intermediate tank:


    Lowland tank:


    recent addtion to the lowland tank (new pitcher, I mean, not new plant):
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    Looking good. Must be nice to have so many tanks. That way you can have a more broad mix of plants. I am working on a big 75 gallon tank and it will be for more lowland plants. I think that I may turn my small tank into a highland though. Keep up the good work because I would say by the looks of that new pitcher you got things really under control.

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    Nice looking tanks. What is the identity of the Nepenthes in the far right in the intermediate tank? It looks like a nice compact grower.

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    [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] WOW schloaty, awsome setups and your plants look sooooooooo nice..


    schloaty, where did you get the lights thats over the Lowland tank??
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    Brian, that's N. gymnaphora (sp?). It is a very satifactory grower. Only had it about 5 months now, but it's been a real trooper.

    Barracuda, those are fluorex 65 watt high output fluorescent floodlights. They're actually over all of my tanks, though the large highland tank has a nice looking twin tube 4' aquarium fixture in front of them for some style. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
    They cost anywhere from $10 to $35 a piece depending on where you find them. I think Wallmart has them for about $11.
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    Very nice terraria/plants! I like (what appears to be) the juvenile drosophyllum.
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    Man, what a great setup Schloaty! I agree with Chloroplast: That's a cute little Drosophyllum in the subsrate, or is it a Rainbow Plant?

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    The plants must be getting a lot of light. I hear those flourexes produce alot of light, 'equivalent' to 500W watts.

    So Dave what are you using to cool your highland/intermediate tanks? Also have a gymnaphora but it isn't looking too well...

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