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    check this for the copelandii

    and for the sibuyanensis

    great pics too of other members!
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    N. ventricosa, cocchinea, and sanguinea are reputed to be easy. I have an ampullaria cutting and I haven't killed - so that says something (about the plant!).

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    LOL!That is better than me! (then again I haven't tried yet! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] )

    so ()*&*&^$$@Q43
    since you have kept both sibuyensis, and copelandii, which one would you suggest for a newbie?

    If their was no difference in difficulty, I would choose the sibuyensis, but aesthetics isn't the best thing to base a decision on! LOL

    Now another q! Could I keep the critter outside most of the year, and when it gets to warm/cold, could I just bring it back inside?
    THANX YALL!

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    alot of people do that, bring it inside i mean.

    i dont however. i like to cram everything i can into a terrarium and let them do their thing then i trade them away when they get to big.

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    hmmm...cramming isn't just for tests anymore! LOL
    hmmm...I would, but I am not living in this humidity, bieng miserable every day, if I can't use it's one upside... CP's!!!

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    ooh you live in SC. very nice. it's really hot an humid here in GA too. the problem with that is that it can be 80% rh everyday for a week and then it dips too low for the plants to take and it ruins some tendrils.

    on the flip side, terrarium-grown plants are often "softer" than plants grown in harsher conditions and if something goes wrong the terrarium plants wont recover as fast as harder plants. it's all up to you and you certainly can grow neps outside in warm weather.

    have you seen Dionaea in it's natural habitat?

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    LOL, give me a sec to find out what that is, and I can tell you LOL!

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    nope, not yet, but that is because their are NO bogs around here, but they recently passed a law that made them rebuild any wetland that they destroy, and they moved the wetland...right next to my house! well not so close that their are mosquitos, but VERY CLOSE, like 2 minutes by foot, so hopefully they will be putting in some, if not, I may talk to the college that is in charge of the project! Oh, lord I hope they do!

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