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    I use that method as well for my lowland neps.....very cheap and effective for generating humidity. only difference is I use small cups to set my pots in to keep them separated from the water supply. If you ever needed to step up the humidity use a pond fogger that can had for cheap but you may need a timer bc the humidity will get sick in there/media will get drenched. good growing.

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    Some caterpillar I saw at work, I'm assuming some sort of moth
    [IMG]IMAG0073[/IMG]
    N. ventrata x dubia
    [IMG]IMAG0122[/IMG]
    N. st.pacificus
    [IMG]IMAG0121[/IMG]
    D. natalensis seedlings
    [IMG]IMAG0120[/IMG]
    D. spatulata
    [IMG]IMAG0118[/IMG]
    First flower as a cp grower! D. spat
    [IMG]IMAG0119[/IMG]
    D. filiformis
    [IMG]IMAG0116[/IMG]
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    GrowinOld's rainmaker was the inspiration for my auto watering system on my grow rack. you should check that out, now my plants are on a watering timer, and my neps are getting huge!

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    i love your tank man bet its gunna fill up fast!!

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    gratz on the flower! first of many hopefully. and that's one cool caterpillar...

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    [IMG]IMAG0129-1[/IMG]
    Newest N. ventrata x dubia pitcher and the first one that had any real color, officially addicted to neps

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    That caterpillar is an emperor gum moth i think.

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    Not a bad guess, im 99% sure its Hyalophora cecropia though. I cheated and asked a friend aspiring to be an entomologist.

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