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    My D.aliciae looks different from yours O_O. It's green and the tentacles are more crimson. You sure it's fine? (although mine just began to grow them in my terrarium, they were shipped across the country you know!)
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    I like the D. binata pic. Very nice and full looking.
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    Thanks, And capensis I grow my D. aliciae under high light levels so it has obtained that color.
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    Nice and dewie, just the way I like um! Great job man. Keep up the good work.

    Josh

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    I wish someone would explain to me the difference between D. dielsiana and D. alicae.
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    Those are nice pics! What growing conditions do you use?

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    Thanks. Fryster, D. dielsiana is smaller than D. alicae and the leaves are more like those of D. spatulata and thats about all the differences I can see.

    They are grown in 70- 80% humidity with 70-80F daytime temps and 50-60F night temps, they are sitting in about 3/4" of water and are 10" away from 4 40 watt bulbs.
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