Now, for the terrarium above-view pictures.
Top Left Corner of Terrarium
(N. x 'Judith Finn' in corner, Heliamphora Minor to right[cut-off in pic], N. Ampullaria 'Tayeve' below N. x 'Judith Finn', N. Rafflesiana lower right corner of caption)
Lower Left of Terrarium
(N. Rafflesiana [full caption of partial in previous picture], N. Mikei upper right of that[cut-off in pic])
Upper Center of Terrarium
(Heliamphora Minor to the left, N. Mikei lower right of that and to it's upper right Drosera Adelae clump)
Bottom Center of Terrarium
(N. Mikei [cut-off in caption] to the left and to it's right is N. Ventricosa "Red Form" [cut-off in caption, as well] and below both towards the center would be N. Truncata "Red Trimmed" [pitcher is below the largest leaf])
Upper Right of Terrarium
(Cephalotus Follicularis seed grown to the left, Drosera Spatulata clump flowering to it's right and down below would be N. Ventricosa "Red Form" [cut-off in caption])
Lower Right of Terrarium
(N. Ventricosa "Red Form" and to it's lower left is N. Truncata "Red Trimmed" [cut-off in caption])
Yeah, that is my terrarium. 20 Gallon Long tank about to upgraded to a 33 Gallon Breeder tank which has all the dimensions of a 55 Gallon tank but without the excess height, allowing light levels to be closer to the plants. I am using 80watts about to be upgraded two fold and that should send coloration all over the plants.
I built onto the back and sides of the terrarium a reflector set-up and use a removeable front that is also reflective to abuse the little light I have into a reflective frenzy.
The lid is screened but has seram-wrap attached to it to assert humidity into the micro environment. There are several methods I use to allow ventilation without disturbing humidity levels intensely so that fungi or mold do not occur. They were just misted, so that is condensation, not any sort of damage to the plant(the droplets or gleams of light on the leaves).