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    Well the temps in the basement lately have been 50's at night to 60's daytime.
    Summertime it really never gets any higher than 75. I really haven't been monitoring it.
    I grow all my highlanders down there now and they all seem to do just fine.
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    I think its getting too warm for my highlanders...it's starting to push the 80's almost everyday... should i start using a fan?

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    You know, I've always wondered...do N. hamata hurt if you poke their "teeth?"
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    As long as you have a night drop they shoudl be fine. Many HLs have temps in the 80s during the day in the wild.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capensis View Post
    You know, I've always wondered...do N. hamata hurt if you poke their "teeth?"
    yeah they hurt I imagine they could cut you if not slice you up.
    Why don't you put your hand down a large plants pitcher and try pulling it back out, things will get ugly quick.

    Summer is rapidly approaching and my room can reach 75 and it's probably hotter in my tanks, any ideas on how to cool my hamata tank, maybe blow cool fog inside with a mister?
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    Quote Originally Posted by D_muscipula View Post
    yeah they hurt I imagine they could cut you if not slice you up.
    Why don't you put your hand down a large plants pitcher and try pulling it back out, things will get ugly quick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phissionkorps View Post
    As long as you have a night drop they shoudl be fine. Many HLs have temps in the 80s during the day in the wild.
    Yeah, I find that my highlanders do just fine with temps in the 80s and 90s during the day, as long as they have a significant temperature drop at night, ideally into the 60s and 50s.

    It only becomes a problem when the nighttime temperature doesn't fall any lower than the 70s and 80s, which was my problem back in Alta Loma. I had all these wonderful highlanders that absolutely hated my conditions. It would get into the 90s during the day, and wouldn't drop below the 80s at night.

    Now that I grow all my highlanders outside in San Diego, they are going nuts with the cool nights. The real test will be will June through September, since this will be their first San Diego summer. I'm hoping they will have acclimated enough by then to tough it through the higher temperatures.

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