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    Joe,

    It's either a forty or fifty gallong tank. I bought it from a guy at work whose snake died, so I don't know for sure what the capacity is. It's about 36 inches long and 17 inches high/wide.

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    ^bump

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    Here is my highland nepenthes tank I just finished.

    [img]http://home.**********.com/brisco225/growchamber5.jpg[/img]

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    [img]http://home.**********.com/eplants02/Highland_tank.JPG[/img]
    My Highland Growing Chamber

    [img]http://home.**********.com/eplants02/Lowland_tank.JPG[/img]
    My Lowland Tank
    The plants are in a 30 gallon tank.

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    better late then never , heres my first attempt at a terrarium , it is outdoors on my patio , now it has flourescent lights :

    the current inhabitants from left to right are : n. sanguinea , gublers nep hybrid ,n. x judith finn , n. ventricosa , gublers nep hybrid , d. adelae .

    heres my first attempt at an indoor terrarium , it has 2 florescent light fixtures , a Co2 reactor , a humifier and air exchanger , and the reflectors are alluminum foil . :

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    since the bottom of my terrarium has nothing and there was light shining through and humidty i put some plants there :
    enjoy

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    I finally got around to taking some pics of my fairly new terrarium. It mostly has some green dragon and typical vfts that came out of TC a few months ago. I also have a U livida and some drosera seed growing (sessilifolia and binata). In a few weeks I'll start some sarrs and other drosera seeds. Right now they're stratifying in the fridge.

    Here's a whole view of it:

    [img]http://home.**********.com/buckeye/images/Terrarium.JPG[/img]

    This is the right side. Front right is my d. sessilifolia seedlings. In the big green pot is my u. livida which is getting ready to flower.

    [img]http://home.**********.com/buckeye/images/100_0185.JPG[/img]

    This is the left side. Front left is my unltrasonic mister. My d. binata seedlings are behind the mister.

    [img]http://home.**********.com/buckeye/images/VFT%20Terrarium%203.JPG[/img]

    -buckeye

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    Nice vfts. I like the red ones.

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    Here's my 10 gallon terrarium. Might as well take a pic before the plants outgrow it [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img] .

    [img]http://home.**********.com/homer/10gallontank.jpg[/img]

    Back row: U. alpina (thanks Bonnie), N. mirabilis "Brunei Speckled"
    Front row: U. longifolia, N. clipeata x reinwardtiana, H. minor, and H. heterodoxa x minor

    The humidifier runs 4x a day for 2 minutes at a time. That's all thats needed. The PVC piping is 1.25" diameter. I custom cut Optix acryllic from Home Depot to make it all fit. They enjoy high humidity with good air circulation. One Chroma50 and 1x GE Plant & aquarium light illuminates this setup.

    -Homer

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