Ohhh look! I've got some Neps now! =D
My first Nepenthes' =), I'm so happy I could cry...I can't get away from my tank for more than 5 mins...I just HAVE to go back and look at them...
They are : N. Maxima (Tlatawiran) (highland) and N. Sanguinea (Genting) from http://www.carnivorousplantscanada.com
I also found another one I found at Home Depot...it wasn't identified, but to me it looks like an Alata, with it's bulbous bottom and all. Not in very good shape though...it was obviously lacking light and humidity, lots of pitchers were dead. Hope to nurse it back to health though =).
Happy happy! =D
Btw guys, highlands are supposed to be "harder" to keep, but that's mostly due to the fact they usually require colder temperature, right?
So since my terrarium has a temperature between 85 and 75°F during the day, and 65 to 75°F during the night (right now winter is approching, so it'll probably be much colder soon), and humidity around 50 to 60% during the day and 70 to 80% at night; would you say this is good enough for highlanders? Or at least some of them?
I just KNOw I won't be able to sleep tonight...so happy! =)