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    Dyzio's terrarium

    Hello!
    I would like to share with you my humble collection of CPs all my plants are basicly new in my collection (just started) and they are accomodating. Criticism is welcome tell me what to improve.
    Yesterday I was fighting with fungus in terra, hope it will be ok now.



    Nepenthes Ampullaria Harlequin - accomodating


    Nepenthes Ampullaria - from seeds


    Nepenthes Mirabilis var. Globosa is making new pitcher




    Nepenthes x Trichocarpa


    Nepenthes Ventrata - my biggest


    Nepenthes Rafflesiana 'giant 88' (it doesn't like it in my terra) and Nepenthes Ampullaria 'Green' (started to grow new leaves)


    Pinguicula Emarginata x Weser


    Pinguicula Tina and Pinguicula Emarginata x Weser


    Dionaea Muscipula Regular Form and Dionaea Muscipula "Big Mouth"


    Cephalotus


    Few dews


    Sarracenia Purpurea ssp Venosa - I bought it a while ago in a market

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    I have changed a little bit, becouse of the fungus problem that I had. Now it looks more clean

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    Looks great! I say stay with this "clean" look. What kind of lighting are you using?

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    Without proper ventilation and air movement fungus is going to be a constant problem. You may want to invest in a couple small computer fans to move that stale air around a bit. Should help things tremendously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundrew View Post
    Looks great! I say stay with this "clean" look. What kind of lighting are you using?
    I will stay with that I'm using T5 2x45W 10000K and 8500K

    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    Without proper ventilation and air movement fungus is going to be a constant problem. You may want to invest in a couple small computer fans to move that stale air around a bit. Should help things tremendously.
    I've added yesterday one computer fan (left upper corner on the photo). Shall I put more?

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    Nice looking collection!

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    You could have two I suppose. One on one end blowing fresh air in, with another on the other end blowing air out. That way you have a constant circulation of fresh air. But hey, one fan is better than none.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    Nice looking collection!
    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    You could have two I suppose. One on one end blowing fresh air in, with another on the other end blowing air out. That way you have a constant circulation of fresh air. But hey, one fan is better than none.
    Thank you for your advises. I will change a little bit

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