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    Here is a pic of my first VFT, it was yellow and sad looking now he looks hungry.

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    Nice color.
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    Very nice color! Looks like your plant has realy perked up! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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    Yes your plant has very nice colors.
    Where are you growing this plant?
    If indoors what type of lighting are you using?


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    Yes this plant has done a tight U-turn. When I got it, the traps were yellowish-green with no hint of red or pink in them, and there was only 2 traps that wouldnt close. Now this plant has 11 traps that feed nicely and have very nice coloring. The pictured trap has the best color inside but I have another that has started to turn red on the outside of the trap. I grow this plant inside under a 55 watt Flourex light. Although it is not like the normal flourex that I see most people use. This ones lamp looks like two U's ex. UU. I took the lamp out of the plastic housing sat it on the top of the sideways fishtank I use and then put one of those metal roasting pans on top of the light to reflect it down onto the plant. Thanks for the remarks.
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    i would love to see a picture of the complete setup you are using, if you could do that for me.

    thanks

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    Here you go Jstut, this is the picture of the setup I was describing.



    And here is a picture of the lamp I was describing after I took it out of its housing.

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    compact flourescent?

    I a 96 watt over my 46 gallon planted aquarium-these things are intense!
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