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The Dente looks good, the intermedia looks a little under the weather, probably due to shipping. I'd say the same goes for the Typical VFTs. The new growth should perk up more than the older growth will recuperate (sp?) to. They all look healthy though, no black leaves, extreme wilting etc.
They look ok to me. I think they could stand to have more light, though, as they are so green (not a hint of pink). You would be better off if you could a) move the light a little closer (but don't cook them) or b) slowly acclimate them to real sun. But not to worry, they do look pretty healthy. I had one that I rescued from Lowes as the beginning of the summer. It is a typical with a tendency to stay flacid. It was pathetic when I got it. Now it's coloring up nicely and really showing some growth (not the one pictured).
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