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Thread: My N. rajah

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    Nice! I hope to have a N. rajah someday, especially if I ever get a greenhouse.

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    Shoot man, that is one NICE, and I mean NNNNIIIICE pitcher you got there. Makes me want to cry because my rajah can fit inside that pitcher.

    EDIT: Acutally you can fit several of mine in there. I think a mod should delete this thread before someone beats you up for your rajah.

    EDIT again: I can't stop staring at it!

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    Beautiful as always Jerimiah. i hope to oneday get a greenhouse and grow tons of beautiful highlanders.... Lowii, Aristo, Rajah and Vetichii.... ill keep dreaming for awhile though...
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    Glider, there are some beautiful highlanders that aren't too difficult...try eymae, copelandii, even inermis would do ok in a terrarium and stays very small, glabrata seems pretty easy, bongso, fusca. Do you have any of these?

    N. glabrata with very long tendrils:


    N. fusca:


    N. copelandii Mt. Apo:


    N. eymae:


    N. inermis:


    N. copelandii Mt. Pasian:


    I would consider all of these not too difficult with a little TLC.

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    bongso is most definatly one hardy nep and is a good one to start with. it was my first and has proven VERY adaptable. not much seems to bug it and it even tolerates lower humidity(~45%) quite well
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    I will put my vote in with the copelandii. I have one that's just awesome in my highland tank (well, with this heatwave, it's currently my intermediate tank, lol).

    Jeremiah, trully inpirational rajah. I'm finally getting myself a greenhouse, which I am going to use as a highland house, so I may finally invest in a rajah, as well as some of those other, more difficult, highlanders.
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    How did this happen, I haven't seem to answer yet ?

    So..... that's one big pitcher !!!! what a plant

    @ ludwig777 - Very nice plants. I love the glabrata ( and all the rest to... )

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