Well in my new experiment to make this hamata, tentaculta and muluensis x lowii grow besides going crazy I've made a semi grow tank. I had a seed flat and a humidity dome. I cut the top off the dome for airflow. I put them in there so they are well covered by the dome. I put some wet LFS on the bottom. The thing that I think will make this work is they are by my window that will be cold at night. It should dip into the 60's. If not I will open it up. I like the cold anyways. My predator, ventricosa, and ventrata all are pitchering there. The only this is that they will have a shorter photoperiod and maybe not as strong light as the grow tank had 2 23 watt CF. But like I said the others are pitchering. It should get about 10 hours maybe of light with some direct mourning light. The grow tank I have at about 14 hours. I could though get a light to put above them for a little more/stronger light. Would you give up a little light for cooler temps for these divas? I really think I'm going crazy here. Any suggestions to help me stay out of the loonybin would be great.