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    N. peter d amato surviving

    i was hoping that my peter d amato would survive the change as im limited on space now .
    it does seem to be happy , so there for i am too. i have been able to move several of my neps and sarrs to my new home and am extremely happy that my cp collection is now here with me so i can care for them like they have needed so badly for about the past 8 - 10 months .
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    it actually seems to be producing pitchers a bit faster in this semi highland terrarium, meaning about 72degrees to 78degrees days , and about 67- 68 at night , my terrarium sits almost in front of a window air conditioner so i rob a little air in the nights , just by slightly opening the sliding doors and I direct the air just past the openings. i think the whole group of neps and my ceph are going to do fine , i still havent figured air movement yet but i will, and meanwhile im keeping a close eye on the plants.
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    Very nice! I know it can be a challenge keeping plants happy during and after a move.

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