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    Hi there,

    first thanks for your answers!!
    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Do you know which one it is? it looks like a really nice BE-99
    No, unfortunately I don't know, I got the plant last year from U. Westphal. Is there any comprehensive gallery of clones?
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    Quote[/b] ]Is that pure nectar on it's teeth?
    It's only water. I think there aren't any nectar glands at peristomes but just below the peristome.
    Here are some older pics of the terrarium. Soon I'll take some pics, because the plants are much larger now.
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    Quote[/b] ]Nice, any new echinostoma pics? Also how big is that raff pitcher?
    A new pitcher of the plant is developing. I'll take a picture when it has opened. The rafflesiana pitcher has a height of 11cm. By the way it has a bit of the 'winged' version of Ne. rafflesiana, which has little wings on the tendrils.

    Have a nice day!
    Cheers,
    Max

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    Sweeeeet!
    I always suspect everything could be a trap... thats why I'm still alive
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    I took some new pictures!
    Ne. dubia:



    Biophytum sensitivum (kind of a Mimosa species, but slower in motion):





    Left side of the terrarium:



    right side of the terrarium:



    Whole Ne. bicalcarata plant:





    Ne. merrilliana:



    Ne. distillatoria:



    Ne. mirabilis var. echinostoma:



    Cheers,
    Max

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    wow man your terrarium is amazing. Great landscaping, its cool how you mixed alot of other plants with CP's. What are the dimensions? could you list all the plants in there? (CP and non CP?) What kind of lights do you use?
    They say if you play a Microsoft CD backwards, you hear satanic messages. Thats nothing, cause if you play it forwards, it installs Windows.

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    Thanks for your answer!

    The plants are: (carnivorous)

    Ne. bicalcarata
    Ne. distillatoria
    Ne. merrilliana
    Ne. mirabilis var. echinostoma
    Ne. rafflesiana

    Ne. alata x ventricosa
    Ne. fusca x veitchii
    Ne. maxima x veitchii

    Ut. sandersonii

    (non carnivorous)
    Biophytum sensitivum
    Dschidia maior
    Ficus pumila
    Mimosa pudica
    some orchids
    unidentified fern

    For illumination I use 3x54W ATI T5 inflorescent tubes. This illumination comes from the aquaristic and is usually used for tropical corals. At the beginning some people of the G.F.P. forum were very sceptical because of the illuminated surface (120cm*60cm) and only 162W. But I can say the light has a very good spectrum and is very good for carnivorous plants (the colours of the plants!).

    Cheers,
    Max

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    hella cool! whats the width of your terrarium (front-back) in inches?

    what is the kelvin of those lights? i've been wanting to use VHO tubes used for corals for awhile because they are easy to find. i've been running NO tubes on an NO balast, but i'd like to use VHO for corals if i can.

    what temps and humidity do you keep the terrarium at, and does the little mimosa stay in rosette form? do you know where i can get seeds?

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    I'm sure you could look for the different clone propensities on google or something but typically BE-99 has a mottled red to all red pitcher, thats why I asked because it looks alot like BE99 and I wanted to geta bE-99 soon and if they look that nice I'm definatly geting one oing on
    https://www.instagram.com/hull.jess/ (I post pics of my plants there)

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    What are the dimensions? (length x width x height)
    They say if you play a Microsoft CD backwards, you hear satanic messages. Thats nothing, cause if you play it forwards, it installs Windows.

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