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    thanks, u guys can check more pics Here

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    I think instead of N.ventricosa, it is N.ventrata.
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    N.ventrata eh... yeah i saw pics of that type of plant a few month ago.. also thinking that it was that type.... is that a lowland or a highland??

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    It's a highland

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    ahh thanks, i wish i had a lowlander cause man my plant room can get very hot with all the fans and lights on. BUT I LOVE this plant and would never change it.. however, i'm not going to change much on how i have them growing cause they seem to be growing really really well with the temps i have them in... but its odd how even tho they are not getting cooler nights, that they are growing this fast

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    Look's like ventrata, whitch is also a nice plant as well ventricosa.

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    Ohh.. ventrata. It's ok. I'll just look up information for ventrata then, but I don't think there's much difference between the two. Is there?

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    You dont have to look any info up..
    Just keep the soil moist. humidity about 50%.
    Good light and temperatures around 25 C (77F)
    Need all the experience I can get...

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