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Thread: Lowland tropical sundews

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    Hi Every one. I have a Lowland nepenthes tropical terrarium . I am tring to figure out what would be if there are any sundews that could grow in this conditions of a lowland terrarium year long with medium light level like light levels for the lowland nepenthes of deep in the rain forest like N.ampullaria. But they dont have to get waterd all year long. Generally the temp never goes below 70 and the humidity is allways above 80%.

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    with medium light? the queensland sisters might do well but d. schizandra might have problems with the high heat.

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    Yeah JustLikeAPill, I would have said D. adelae or one of the sisters.

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    What would be wrong with... Capensis...
    It should be bright enough... And with it's arms up in the air, it will catch alot of gnats, assuming they breed in there.

    I know it's a lil boring...

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    it will be week in medium light, aswell as most other drosera.

    i like plants drooping with dew, not little specks.

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    Thanks for the replys, Isnt there any South american Drosera that grows in such conditions?

    Thanks again .
    Yoav

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    Or isnt there any of the Petiolaris complex sundews that would fit this conditions?

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    D. paradoxa like hot and humid.

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