The lowest was about 20 C (68 F). My last chance is to try if it likes room temp and a bit higher humidity like my cephalotus.
Thanks Red Lowii. Thought they need warmer nights as it's an Ultra Lowlander.
I really am lost here as to what is it that Campanulata does not like in my conditions. Too high humidity? It's always over 70 %, at night close to 90 - 100 %. I had it in LFS/perlite of about 1:1 ratio. Lighting is 12 h/day. Other neps in that terrarium love the conditions. Oh and the daytime temps are max. 28 C controlled by the heating system (a bit higher in the summer when in my appt can be 28 so 29-30 in the terrarium). I have also lost Bellii twice and I have no idea about that either. It's also an UL.
The key may be understanding why the leaves show yellowing in the center part, like in this pic:
What do people think about these two pitchers? There is a background story to the two pitchers which I will mention at a later stage, but in terms of N.campanulata pitcher morphology, what do people think about these two? do they appear to be pure species?
By pitchers shape, yes. The spots on that first one though - looks like the campy x max I've got from Wistuba, colour-wise. Someone in the hobby has a completely red-pitchered campy too. I'll try to dig up the pics, as I think it might have been on another forum.
What's the story?
I want all these campies