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By spruill771
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Joined:  Tue Apr 12, 2011 3:06 am
Temperate Terrariums:

Dionaea muscipula-Typical
Dionaea muscipula-"Dente"
Dionaea muscipula-"King Henry"
Dionaea muscipula-"Akai Ryu"
Dionaea muscipula-"Bristletooth"
Dionaea muscipula-"BZ-57"
Dionaea muscipula-"Fine Tooth"
Drosera rotundifolia
Drosera capillaris
Drosera filiformis
Drosera intermedia "Cuba"
Drosera binata
Drosera binata var. dichotoma
Sarracenia (purpurea x flava) x leucophylla'-"Judith Hindle"
Sarracenia (alata x psittacina) x (minor var. okefenokeensis) - "Bug Bat"
Sarracenia (leucophylla x psittacina) - "Scarlet Belle"
Sarracenia (purpurea x flava) - "Catesbaei"
Sarracenia - "Juthatip Soper"
Sarracenia rosea var. "Fat Chance"
Sarracenia minor
Sarracenia rubra
Sarracenia purpurea var. 'Venrosa Red'
Sarracenia psittacina
Sarracenia flava
Sarracenia alata (Seeds)
Sarracenia leucophylla
Sarracenia leucophylla var. 'Tarnok'
Pinguicula primuliflora
Pinguicula planifolia
Pinguicula lutea
Utricularia sandersonii 'Blue'

Highland Terrarium:

Cephalotus follicularis
Drosera regia
Drosera hamiltonii
Drosera nidiformis
Drosera natalensis
Genlisea lobata x violacea
Heliamphora ciliata
Heliamphora heterodoxa x Minor
Heliamphora heterodoxa x (unknown hybrid)
Heliamphora tatei “Cerro Duida” x folliculata “Murosipan”
Nepenthes ventricosa
Nepenthes sanguinea
Nepenthes (veitchii x lowii) x spectabilis
Nepenthes spathulata x gymnamphora
Stylidium debile

Lowland Terrarium:

Byblis liniflora
Drosera spatulata
Drosera spatulata-"Frazier Island"
Drosera capensis
Drosera capensis "Alba"
Drosera coccicaulis "Alba"
Drosera binata var. multifida extrema
Drosera adelae
Drosera aliciae
Drosera occidentalis x pulchella
Drosera burmannii (Seeds)
Drosera 'Andromeda' (schizandra x prolifera)
Drosera scorpioides
Nepenthes ampullaria
Nepenthes maxima x aristolochiodes

Plants Growning Under LED Lights:

Aldrovanda vesiculosa
Brocchinia reducta
Darlingtonia californica
Drosera aliciae (Seeds)
Drosera hookeri
Drosera darwiniensis x ordensis
Drosophyllum lusitanicum
Nepenthes alata
Nepenthes miranda
Pinguicula moranensis
Pinguicula agnata 'True Blue'
Pinguicula gigantea
Pinguicula moctezumae
Roridula gorgonias (Seeds)
Utricularia gibba


The shop light used for my temperate terrarium, cost only $22 at Walmart:
Grow tower with the paludarium, highland, and lowland tanks:
Aldrovanda vesiculosa & U.gibba growing in a half cut liter bottle with rain water.

Terrarium Enviroments:

Highland Terrarium:

110V/220V Mini Plug-n-play Digital Air Humidity Controller
Zoo Med Repti-Fogger
Exo-Terra Monsoon Misting System
Peliter Cooler w/ 120V Power Supply
3x GreatValue 65 W LED Plant Bulbs (16 Hours/Day)
Acu-Rite Temperature & Humidity Gauge

Temperature: 72-78 in the day, 64-70 at night
Humidity: 70-90%

Lowland Terrarium:

110V/220V Mini Plug-n-play Digital Air Humidity Controller
Exo-Terra Monsoon Misting System
Zoo Med Repti-Fogger
Zoo Med™ REPTI THERM™ Reptile Under Tank Heater 10-20 Gallons
Zilla Temperature Controller 1000W
Tetra Submersible Aquarium Tank Heater, 2-15 Gallon, 50-Watt
2x Hyper Tough LED Plant Grow Lights (16 Hours/Day)
Acu-Rite Temperature & Humidity Gauge

Temperature: 75-85 in the day, 70-75 at night
Humidity: 75-95%

Temperate Terrarium:

Hyper Tough 5000 Lumen 4 Ft. LED Shop Light (17 hours/day)
Dual USB-Case Fan for Air Circulation

Temperature: 72-78 in the day, 68-72 at night
Humidity: 30-80%


* Despite living in east-central Alabama, I have to keep my plants inside and in a terrarium since I live in a student apartment and receive little direct sunlight outdoors. For temperate dormancy, (starting November 1st) I slowly turn down the amount of light from 17 hours to 13 to 10, over the course of two weeks. Refrigerator dormancy is used between Nov. 15th - Feb. 15th*. Most plants are stored in the tupperware containers, wrapped in dried LFS, and placed in the fridge. Others plants that are difficult to repot, such as the temperate pinguiculas and droseras, are left potted with a clear cup taped around the top.

For tuberous and petiolaris complex sundews, I place them inside of their own watering trays (in the summer), keep them in the same setup and to allow them to dry out and accumulate them into dry-season dormancy. Once fall rolls around, I take them out of their own independent dry watering trays, where they can then soak up the water in the tank and begin growing again.
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