I just changed up my terrarium setup by adding another tank and some new light bulbs/tubes. Here's how my setup goes:
The new terrarium I got is a 10 gallon. I also got a new reptile light hood that holds two incandescent bulbs and one flourescent tube. So I got new bulbs to go with this new hood: Two 23 watt (equivalent to 100 watts each) Energy Saving Warm White Light Compact Flourescent bulbs and one 15 watt 24 inch cool white flourescent tube.
The plants that will be grown in the 10 gallon are basically all my sundews (Lance Leaf, Dewthread, Roundleaf, Spoonleaf, Cape, Pygmy) and several plants I rescued from Home Depot (several Venus Flytraps and a Butterwort).
My second terrarium (the old 5 gallon terrarium that I used to have all my plants in) is now being lit by two 19 watt (equivalent to 75 watts each) Daylight compact flourescent bulbs. This tank will now be the home of all my Nepenthes (several that I rescued from Home Depot and some others).
Now my question is: Will this all this work? Should I mix and match the Daylight and Warm White Light compact bulbs to get balance, or just keep it all the way it is? I know on the Cobraplants website they state that you should either grow plants under 40 watts of tubing or 100 watts (equivalent) of compact flourescents, so I'm not sure if they mean cool white light, warm white light, or daylight. Is this enough light for my plants? Thanks for everyone's help in advance.