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  1. Thread: The Trap

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    It's true that land use is a pressing issue but...

    It's true that land use is a pressing issue but removing protections from poaching is not the way to go. We've seen it with dozens of different species dozens of times before. People will collect...
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    What's that one in the first photo, planifolia?...

    What's that one in the first photo, planifolia? It's very striking
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    I'd just leave it. At that size you're likely to...

    I'd just leave it. At that size you're likely to destroy the whole plant if try and cut the second growth point off. Usually what happens in this situation is that one growth point will become...
  4. I wouldn't worry too much, only the bulb forming...

    I wouldn't worry too much, only the bulb forming species require an absolutely dry period. For everything you listed they can tolerate being a bit wetter or dryer than optimal.
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    Any kind of outdoor paint should be fine. Just...

    Any kind of outdoor paint should be fine. Just wait for it to be fully dry and sealed and there shouldnt be a risk of contamination.
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    Poll: 5566 Glandulifera x robcantleyi

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    Glandulifera x robcantleyi
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    Again, specific information like that you'll need...

    Again, specific information like that you'll need to research for yourself since no one here is from Israel. Reach out to Wistuba and see whether he has any distributors that ship to your region.
  8. A room light will not be enough, they're too far...

    A room light will not be enough, they're too far away and if they're incancendant bulbs the wrong kind of light. If your window does not get any direct sun you will need some artificial light in the...
  9. Thread: Pics post!

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    Looking very nice, haven't seen anyone with spect...

    Looking very nice, haven't seen anyone with spect x talang uppers yet. They seemed to have worked out well. That edwardsiana is looking great too.
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    I'd strike all three of those. Aristo is much...

    I'd strike all three of those. Aristo is much more of an ultrahighlander. Att requires high humidity and high light to grow its best. Rajah is going to be very difficult to get. Wistuba is one of the...
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    No, I absolutely would not grow lowii in your...

    No, I absolutely would not grow lowii in your conditions, even with misters running. Your summers would still be likely to kill it. As for burbidgeae you might be able to. But consider...
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    There are very few nepenthes that grow in deep...

    There are very few nepenthes that grow in deep forest, and those that do are niche species that aren't suitable to your conditions for other reasons. Generally, more light is better.
  13. I've been to enough botanical gardens and...

    I've been to enough botanical gardens and university collections to know that's where I definitely do not want to send my plants. Lots of scraggly and unmaintained nepenthes. I'd try and spread stuff...
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    Initial id looks right to me.

    Initial id looks right to me.
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    Yeah, because Wistuba works with a network of...

    Yeah, because Wistuba works with a network of distributors that have their own import certifications. No such system exists for any other nepenthes nursery. Both the buyer and seller need paperwork...
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    You can buy from private sellers if you want but...

    You can buy from private sellers if you want but permits are non-negotiable for nepenthes. Whether you buy from nurseries or individuals nepenthes are on CITES. Without proper permits your plants can...
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    I have no idea what permits cost in Israel,...

    I have no idea what permits cost in Israel, that's something you need to ask your local government office.
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    You need to purchase the required import...

    You need to purchase the required import documents to import from BCP.
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    At 100 dollars you really don't have that much...

    At 100 dollars you really don't have that much money to work with after shipping. I'd just go with truncata, veitchii, and maybe a ventricosa.
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    Bical wants consistently warm and humid...

    Bical wants consistently warm and humid conditions. In Israel you'd need an enclosure to achieve that however, bical grows very large, meaning it will outgrow most enclosures.
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    You can grow whatever you're willing to invest...

    You can grow whatever you're willing to invest in. You're not going to get a definitive answer from us, because we aren't you and do not grow in your climate. You need to do that last bit of research...
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    I detailed earlier why terrariums aren't great...

    I detailed earlier why terrariums aren't great for neps. They don't provide that much useful space and get expensive very fast. Burb does grow slightly warmer than other highlanders but 20 at night...
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    Those tents really do not do anything to keep in...

    Those tents really do not do anything to keep in humidity and can get pretty hot once lights are running inside of them. They're more for maximizing the performance of your lights with their...
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    The plants in those kits are never in very good...

    The plants in those kits are never in very good health. But besides that there are a few things to consider. Flytraps and sarracenia are full sun plants. The light that comes through a window is...
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    Before you do that, make sure you have your...

    Before you do that, make sure you have your paperwork in order. All nepenthes are at least CITES 2 so you need the requisite permits, as well as anything specific to Israel.
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