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    My temperature gauge says my house has the following temps.
    Day 80- Night 67

    I am planning on growing the following plants,
    N.veitchii High x Low
    N.bellii
    N.alata boschiana mimic highland
    N.deaniana
    N.eustachya
    N.clipeata clone 1 (clip x emaye) x clip
    N.campanulata
    N.truncata highland(or would lowland be better?)
    N.tomoriana
    N. x medusa (bellii x sibuyanensis

    Would these do okay in these temps? Humidity is no problem, it stays uniformly high.

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    Hey Slurm,
    Those are lowland temps, so campanulata, truncata LOWLAND (though not in a medium sized terrarium....These get REALLY big) & eustachya would do well. Not sure about the alata, as these are technically highland, but are very adaptable.

    I don't grow the others, so I can't comment on them.
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    Thanks, I have heard that N. truncata is slow outside absolute PERFECT conditions, so I figure it would do well in a medium size terrerium.

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    N. x medusa (bellii x sibuyanensis) is a hybrid between a hughland and a lowland, so should work quite well in that range .

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    You definatly need a bical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Treaqum @ May 25 2005,7:52)]You definatly need a bical.
    eh, bical grows rather large, rather fast. Also its picky with the humidity...
    https://www.instagram.com/hull.jess/ (I post pics of my plants there)

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    I already have a bical. It is 11/2 feet tall and 2 1/2 feet wide. It produces 4" traps!
    It is too big for me to keep at home, so it lives at a nearby nep greenhouse at my town's nature center.

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    pics or teh ban
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