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    Hey,
    Someone asked a while ago if I would post a pic of my whole setup. So I figured I'd get a photo of each shelf in total. My grow room has three racks with seven total shelves. Here they are.

    First, this shelf is lit with four t5 fluorescent tubes.


    Here's the shelf below which just has four regular cheap 48inch fluorescent tubes. This is the bottom shelf which is mostly highlanders.:


    Here's the next rack, and this shelf is pretty tall and has just the cheap fluorescent tubes, so I supplement with a shoplight or two.


    The next shelf is really short, for drosera and seedlings of various sorts. Here's the left half, check out the giant D. slackii in back making a big trunk of a stem:


    Here's the other half, with a bit of everything. Pings, neps, drosera, and heliamphora (little cuttings of heterodoxa x minor.)


    Here's the bottom shelf of this rack, with more highlanders and an orchid:


    The third rack has my only metal halide light. It makes this shelf a lot warmer than the others.


    And beneath that is the last rack. This one has two 48 inch fluorescent tubes, and two fluorex fixtures. Here's where most of the heliamphor are, with more highlander neps.


    And since those were kinda documentary and not artistic, here are a couple nice peristome shots:





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    Very nice pics. What is that nep in the first pic on the left with the roundish leaves and long green pitchers? Is the orchid a lycaste or stanhopea relative?
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    Wow!! Terrific pics, Capsloc. All the views of your growing setup are very interesting -- you're doing a great job...plants are gorgeous.

    What is the ID of the possesor of the fantastic peristome in the last shot??

    Great stuff,
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    Wow, great pics man [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] ! I see you've gotten yourself a khasiana x truncata (as seen in the first pic) [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] ! Does your clone have much red spotting on the pitchers? My clone would seem to be unusualy colorful, and I'm wondering how variable they are.

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    Oh, and where did you get those square black pots? They would look great inside my cage [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]!

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    That's a really cool setup you have there. Your plants look terrific!

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    DANG! You have seriously healthy plants, there. You must have really good, steady humidity...and great lighting!
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    Hi Caps
    Fantastic looking plants,they are positively bursting with health.The last one is your Bongso isnt it?amazing colour to its peristome
    Bye for now julian

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