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Old 26th January 2011, 10:41 AM
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nice !!
Robert, thanks for nice word...

Since I have encouragement. May setup more such tank in future.
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u use nature sun light? no use the T5 light?
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u use nature sun light? no use the T5 light?
Yea, nature sunlight. Lazy and dont want to setup it at home. Beside that, my wife know that CP will attract more insect. So, it is no no for my house.
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After a month +, time to update the tank status.

Left corner of the tank


Right corner of the tank


D. burmanii that growing nicely in the tank. In the photo, you can see 2 death burmanii. That 2 is the only loose so far.




D. capillaris grow a lots and it is flowering!!!


D. intermedia 'cuba'. 2 of them is flowering as well... Looking forward for them to produce offshoot and full of them
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Very cute...
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Nice drosera and terrarium, with invisible walls
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I'm probably gonna start one for myself but wondering what CP to put in a 14 inch tank....If its drosera i'm scared its not bright enough caused it used to be my aquarium
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Are the red ones flowers? They look beautiful! What are they called? :D
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