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    Stick to what these plant are SUPPOSED to catch. Insects and very very small mammals on a rare occasion.

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    snips'n snails'n puppy dog tails.

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    lol...
    I could see this discussion turning into a demented version of the Monty Python "what also floats in water" discussion.
    Hm... Maybe the "Nepenthes feeding: what and how often?" thread is a more likely candidate.

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    What are the optimal growth conditions for these plants( Miranda)? I should be getting the one I ordered from Phil today. I've been succesfully growing Dionaea, Drosera, Darlingtonia Californica, and sarrs for quite some time but was never really interested in the neps, until now! Any, or all advice is greatly appreciated.
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    N. x Miranda should do fine for you. It's VERY large and showy when its in full pitcher. Keep factors to help you grow it are, moist soil, high humidity, good lighting and temp range of about 55F-90F.

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