Report My new Terrarium conditions in Terraria - Cultivation & Equipment Posted February 3, 2010 If you dont get a temperatur drop at night I wouldnt bother with N.glabrata since it grows at an altitude at 1600-2100m.Same goes for N.tentucalata (1200m - 2500m) Yeah, I checked it last night and not a tremendous drop at all. Really it stays high, 80s day and 70s night. So like you said lowland Neps are better suited for how the temperature in this tank has turned out.Why dont you try some small growing lowland nepenthes instead? like : N.campanulata, N.tomoriana ,N.bellii ,N.danseri to name a few.Yeah, those are great additions and I think I will go for them, not just because of the apparent warmth in this tank but because they will stay lower growing. Thanks for the time on this Jimmie!And if you want to keep D.prolifera - it needs high humidity. I keep mine at 90%. D.pauciflora is a southafrican sundew which grows during the winter, just like D.cistiflora.Yeah, good point on the pauciflora, I dropped it from the list. Better to keep it simple. Drosera extrema - you mean Drosera binata var. multifida f. extrema? D.binata are nice sundews, but some say they need a dormancy period. I kept some without putting them into dormancy for some years and they did quite well. I traded them for other plants a few years ago.Yeah I did mean Drosera binata var. multifida f. extrema, looking ad D'amato's book I see it in a pic on page 42 and saw that at least for him it is one forked sundew that is working for him in a tank. He wrote it there without the "binata var. multifida f." just Drosera extrema. I should have fixed that for my list. Sorry. :)Heliamphoras basically need higher humidity. I only know from my experience that H.minor can be grown in lower humidity conditions (50-60%) but it's growth was very slow.Here was another error on my part, I got this list from talking about a growing chamber I was going to build that WOULD have been lower humidity. This tank has major humidity and is 70% through out the day and up to 90%+ at night.I suppose that even in Utah, VFT's and capensis will do well on a windowsill if the soil will be kept moistI started out trying this method but even with water they didn't do well, PLUS the lighting situation was really poor then and is EVEN worse now. I currently live in a basement apartment with no brightly lit windowsills to use. So I have to stick with the lights and tank strategy only unfortunately.Oh didn't notice the hygrometer on the picture. I've got a dark display and it looks like turned off. Yes, 79% is sufficient!Awesome. Glad my humidity is more than enough, sorry for not lightening up that image but taking a pic of the moment's current conditions as shown on the hygrometer was the whole point of the picture I attached. Thank you both for your time in answering this here! Made some adjustments to my list based on your feedback.