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Thread: Ampullaria Brunei Red Update

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    Carnivorous plant enthusiast vraev's Avatar
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    wow man! damn! I don't even want to try lowlanders in any high capacity. The only single lowlander I have (of my 6 neps lol! ) is a bicalcarata. Reason for not going into lowlanders is that they get huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge and grow fast. lol! The more and more I see it....I prefer slow growing highland neps like lowii, rajah and so on. lmao! Basically plants that are slow as mountains. The bical growing in less than optimal conditions also grows pretty slow so that is good enough for me. If there are a couple of lowlanders I would love to get : campanulata, northiana. But I am pretty sure providing the conditions for the northiana is as hard as emulating ultra highland conditions.

    But good job mate! keep it up.

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    That's true, there's no way I could give that plant what it needs.

    Too much trouble.

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    Great plant. Lots of healthy pitchers open at once - I like.

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    Do you like that... MrFus's Avatar
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    Hey due the fact that we are talking about ampullaria, there is something that I want to ask...

    How long the pitchers on ampullarias last?

    I ask this because is going to be soon 1 year since I get my ampullaria (green form) and still have pitchers from when I get it... I think I have cut 2 or 3 dried pitchers only.

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    N. Albomarginata, N. Ampullaria
    N. Bellii, N. Bicalcarata, N. Rafflesiana
    N. Sanguinea (Orange Pitcher), Cephalotus Follicularis
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    http://www.knology.net/~fus

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    I haven't had any of my Amps for a year, but from what I've read from others, they can last to well over a year. Keep us posted and let us know how long yours last .
    - Daniel

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