|D. adelae, D. prolifera, and D. schizandra should do alright in there I think. [/QUOTE]|
I have found schizandra to like cooler temperatures - I think 90 could be too hot.
|D.falconeri would require warm nights along with the 90 degree days. The drainage in the terrarium would have to be increased by mixing the peat with perlite etc. Plus, a lot of light(outdoors sun or strong artificial light) will be needed. Then there is the trouble of finding one...|
D.madagascariensis, sp.botswana, spathulata, capillaris, burmanii, byblis liniflora will likely grow well in your setup. I do not think any nepenthes will stay compact enough to grow in the terrarium longterm.[/QUOTE]
My falconeris are in milled sphagnum and are absolutely gorgeous. Medium is surprisingly pretty wet. As long as you dry the tray and leave the soil moist during the winter, they shouldn't need perlite in their mix. It can't hurt though.
All the other members of the petiolaris complex should do well in a hot terrarium. Good luck!
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