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    I should be getting N. lowii, N. inermis, and N. ramispina, too. I'm not worried about the later, and i figure if the lowii and inermis start to decline I'll just give them away to someone who can take care of them.

    I added a second fan and the RH is 70-71 so I guess It's adding extra circulation without dropping the RH. BUT we'll see what it does over the coarse of a few days.

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    muluensis x lowii is doing fine for me. it stays in the 70s all day all night (gets a few degrees cooler) dosent grow as slow as many people think. i got a new leaf in 3 weeks. my helis do fine without misting. but when i first got them (hotter conditions) they grew fine and fairly quick when they were misted. noy they dont need it and grow fine in the cooler conditions.
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    Is that right, Pluto? I figured since heliamphora are subject to rainshowers every day in their natural environment, that they'd enjoy some misting. I could be wrong about that, though. Mine seem to not mind it, but maybe they'd do better without it.

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    I also mist mine since it grows together with my neps.
    Not every day though but every 3rd day or so.I doesnt seem to mind either.
    But I spoke to wistuba and he told me that I shouldnt mist Helis since they easily get fungus infections from it.

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