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    (Click the photo for full-size)


    The nectar is dripping down, making it look like a cobra poised to strike, venom dripping down its fangs...

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    I love it! My two N. bicalcaratas are getting ready to put out their first pitchers. Hopefully mine will look that good someday.

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    AWESOME! What conditons is it in, where are u growing it, and how old is it? Im looking desperatly looking for a nice small greenhouse disign and if possible plz pm me one. I cant seem to find a design small and simple enuf on the internet. THANKS!

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    I love it when my N. bical does that! Guests always freak out! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/laugh.gif[/img]

    Keep it warm (80-90*f days and 70+*F nights) in bright lighting (mine grow under 400w Metal halide lighting) with plenty of water flushes through the soil and it'll do this all the time and grow like gangbusters!

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    Is an infered light alrite to raise the temp? Im using one and the pitchers hav been drying out a little. I dont know if its just coincedence since its only 1 or 2 plants or the infered lite is killing them. Wat do u think?

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    CF try to use a ceramic heater. at only 5-10$ you can heat a terrarium 10-15 degrees warmer. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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