Very nice terrarium! You should put a layer of nice sphagnum moss on the bottom, it looks awesome and aids humidity
Moved some things around in my tank after listening to some peep's advice and suggestions.
@Heli; Like dis?
Built some stands for my tentac and burbeddie and then put some water at the bottom. Definetly helped with the humidity
@CreatureTom: I only have 5 small pieces of live sphagnum at the moment
I don't really see any opening for the fan to let air in. I would also bring the nozzle a bit closer, like right in front of it.
Lego stands? Brownie points for innovation! lol
I have to say that the tank looks fantastic How much do the frozen water bottles cool down the tank? Bit curious about that. Also, I was going to say nice truncata (I am quite envious).
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@Heli: Okee dokee. i'll try
@Sarr21: Yeah I was going through my entire house trying to find something that would hold my neps above the water. Found some legos in a brothers closet 3 frozen waterbottles cool down the tank to about 54-55 degrees. And thanks, I was going insane trying to find a truncata. Had to settle for a LL one but am still happy with it
@Sundrew: Nope haven't done it yet. I think im going to stick with the regular unsalted water. Why change if its already working great? But thanks for suggesting that method to me anyways
Really glad I got the fan. Giving the plants some air circulation and keeping the tank at a cool 70 degrees
Nice tank. I look forwad to seeing it grow.
And, IMHO, ceph are really easy. The nursery I ordered it from sent it to me by accident, and never asked for it back. So grew it, and it is still going strong after 4 months.
However, both the VFTs I bought did very badly are are dying a slow death. The cephalotus grows faster than any of my CPs, inculding the D. capensis.