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    Your Sanguinea sure looks happy. I keep mine in a mini green house. It seems to be a pretty fast grower as well, but it's still about an inch behind yours. I'll post another pic of mine when it gets a little more impressive.

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    wow you all pamper yours. I grow mine in much less than "ideal" conditions. It sits out by a window in the living room. Temps are whatever the apt is and as for humidity, who knows. By the end of the summer it had overgrown a 4" pot and now I have it in a 6" pot which it has finally settled back in to and is back making pitchers. before long your pitchers will be double that size...
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    yea. i hear it has incredible leafitcher ratios. mine is like .66:1 right now. how big do the leaves usually get?
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    I don't mean too big but it's getting pretty cramped in the 10 gal. The predator is not in there, that's by the window and I hope it gets huge. My black dragon and truncata are in the 10 and they are also getting "too big" or it.

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    Oh and by the way I think I'll be ok with the predator no matter how big it will get. I think I can handle it. Do you have any of your own?

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    my sanguinea has leaves that are about 8" long after having it for less than a year. When I got mine in June (?) it was the same size as yours.
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    life lesson #89342

    Never put anything with N. truncata hertitage in a 10 gallon terrarium....

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    haha. thats a good one. dang it grows fast! the pitcher is gonna open any day now! the new leaf is also the same size as trhe old one but the pitcher has an extra half inch to it!
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