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    That short burst of high temperature shouldn't cause any problems, as long as the plants have enough water. As long as they don't look wilted or brown, they are fine.

    I notice that you live in California. Depending on where you are in the state, you might want to check out this site if you are interested in growing plants outside:

    http://www.nepenthesaroundthehouse.com/

    Just note that you don't want to expose a closed terrarium to direct sunlight, as this will fry the plants!

    -Ben

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    My 29-gal with my N. ventricosa, D. adelae and P. primuliflora is usually ~80 degrees and ~70% humidity.
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    sorry if this is a late post but 86 degrees is the ideal temperature for photosynthesis so thats why 85 seems to be a magic number.

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