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    My new N. ampullaria 'Harlequin'

    here's some pics of it in my Vivarium:




    It's got three cute little pitchers already

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    cute little plant

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    how about a wider shot of the whole vivarium ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmm889 View Post
    how about a wider shot of the whole vivarium ?
    http://www.terraforums.com/showthread.php?t=117286

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    Cute. Update us when you can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xvart View Post
    hahaha! thanks. I take a more recent picture tomorrow. Those full Viv shots were taken before I got the Cephalotus and the Ampullaria.

    I planted the ampullaria in the bottom front left corner of the tank. Were it'll get wet, get lots of light and also near the vent so it'll get some airflow at the same time.

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    Is it normal to experience a die-back from new plants? because two of the it's pitchers arent opening and are turning brown and I dont think it's a humidity issue either since it's pretty humid at the bottom of my Viv all the time.

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    Yes, its just going through transport and transplant shock it is normal for plants to lose pitchers ater you put them in their new home. It will adjust to your conditions, and start pitchering again.
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