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    Wonderful plants. Each of your neps has so many pitchers! What's the humidity level in your greenhouse?
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    If you know other unique plants that can walk, can talk, can sing, or can eat people, please tell me and I definitely want to get one.

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    Jimmy, all of your plants look magnificently divine!
    Thanks for sharing!

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    All of them look good! What are you keeping the environment at? I'm trying to recuperate my N. Lowii, and yours looks fantastic.

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    thanks everyone , these are all in my highland terrarium, 70 to 80 percent humidity , 10 hours of t-12 florescent daylight bulbe and there is a constant air flow via a 3inch pvc tube alond the upper back of the terrarium with several holes drilled, i can do an over all picture of the terrarium if anyone is interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by uphwiz View Post
    thanks everyone , these are all in my highland terrarium, 70 to 80 percent humidity , 10 hours of t-12 florescent daylight bulbe and there is a constant air flow via a 3inch pvc tube alond the upper back of the terrarium with several holes drilled, i can do an over all picture of the terrarium if anyone is interested
    I'd be interested to see your whole set up. What are your day/night temperatures? I've been thinking about setting up a peltier cooling unit for mine and hook it up to a thermostat that only runs at night. It stays about 70-75 in the day, but doesn't drop much at night.

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    I'll do a couple pics tomorrow , the day tamps are 70 to 76 , and the nights drop to about 67 to 72, not a great drop , but the neps in this terrarium seem to like it a lot.

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    Oh wow, not much of a drop at all. I would figure N. Lowii would want to be kept cooler at night. But yeah, all of them look really good.

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