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    My pics

    Well godaddy does not make things exactly straightforward.... a couple hurdles you have to take care of that are left out of their instructions. A big thank you to the white knight, the move seems functional.
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    My pics

    Possibly, but without the domain name and folder structure all the links (15 yrs worth) will be broken I think. Editing all the threads, posting and links used by others (cpphotofinder) is just not feasible. Most of my stuff is common knowledge now and maybe obsolete but it still has value I...
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    Automatic watering systems for nepenthes

    It is my belief that the oxygen rich water more closely simulates rain water. The high oxygen levels should encourage happy roots but maybe even more importantly kill anaerobic bacteria that tend to initiate root rot Too many variables for me to say 60 minutes would or wouldn’t work as well. I...
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    My pics

    i have a home and office NAS and the domain name, but would need a DDNS service to link it to... and then recreate the same folder structure on the NAS so the links would still work Not really my field of expertise though and sounds like a pita but it is an option i guess. godaddy has...
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    My pics

    Just a heads up, for over 10 years i have stored my online images and files on geocities then when they shut down I used godaddy. Sometime in the next few months I am going to close my godaddy account. At that point all my online files and images will likely vanish. I have resisted doing this...
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    Automatic watering systems for nepenthes

    My reservoir is not enclosed but is under the bottom bin so not much light gets to it... I have replaced the pump once since I built it. I do replace the aquarium tubing pretty often as it will get restricted with algae I also typically change the water in the reservoir once a year (seriously...
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    Automatic watering systems for nepenthes

    Ive been using this for years... uber simple and reliable https://www.terraforums.com/forums/greenhouses-terrariums-and-bog-gardens/128546-heli-chamber-3.html#post1042322 - - - Updated - - - (thread predates modern LED's LOL)
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    Trying to cool a new highland terrarium

    Aquarium chiller based systems are the only DIY option I've seen that worked well short of using a chest freezer with a Plexiglas top. ???
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    Trying to cool a new highland terrarium

    Shimi, I got your message.. a problem i see is the copper tubing. The liquid in it is likely in laminar flow and the only heat exchange taking place is a small percentage of your total flow through the tube (the boundary layer against the tube). If you notice,your radiator has multiple tubes...
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    Heliamphora labels switched?

    I've stepped back from the hobby for a while now and don't even remember these crosses LOL, but pretty sure you’re correct in your assumption, (spoon and the stripe are indicative of neblinae family heritage) confirmation would be seen in the flower stalk. A parva cross would most likely have a...
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    Plant of the Month July 2018

    Ionasii One of my favs and one rarely seen in domestic collections, very elegant Ionasi Killer Giant, long bristle clone #2 Excuse the cheesey cell phone images ??? I will endeavor to get some better pics before end of the month thanks for looking
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    **PAID**(Av8tor1 $10) Fossils from Delta, UT box #2

    I got my box of zuocks!!
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