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    Carnivorous plant enthusiast vraev's Avatar
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    Red face A couple of nep species

    Hey guys,

    Its been a while since I posted anything...so here is a little progress.

    Finally my N.talangensis has made a pitcher.


    its still darkening as you can see.

    Now up next is a plant in discussion recently. It seems to love 60F temps and max around 70F during day. presenting the latest pitcher on my N.glabrata. Its twice the size of the older ones.

    older pitcher


    newest pitcher


    cheers,

    varun

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    very nice neps. did you ever end up upgrading your light source?
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    Looking great So, do think temps of low 80s-high 70s is fine as long as my temp drops to about 60?
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    Looking nice, and congrats on the talan V!

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    ....did you ever end up upgrading your light source?
    Im not sure, but I think so

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    Love the glabrata. No wonder mine won't pitcher - I can't keep my day temps that cool (but night temps drop in the high 50's). I'll just look at yours instead

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    Dear Varun,

    Very nice cultivation. Both plants look spectacular. Honestly, I've never seen a "undercolored" N. talangensis pitcher, in the process of coloring up. Yours displays some very unique coloration that I wouldn't have expected from the development cycle from N. talngensis. I really like the peristome, too.

    Keep up the good work and update that pitcher as it colors more.

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    Varun,

    How are you growing your talangensis? I recently got a small one and was contemplating kicking it outside under some shade cloth....

    -Jason

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    Beautiful neps! Goes to show that if you put the work in, you'll get great results. I'm glad to see you got talangensis to pitcher.
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