Great advice, friendly people, and lots of frogs!
How come you never post anymore? I see you're on all the time, but you never create any threads or answer posts like you used to. I was just woundering.
That's alright. I know their requirements I'm into carnivorous plants . They require hot humid tropical temps like Pacman Frogs require. You can use distilled or RO water for them, but they can handle some mineral deposites unlike Dionaea Muscipula and Sarracenia. I figured that since I mist with distilled water and that my fog machines use distilled that the plant would thrive if provided with a decent CFL to provide the necessary light. It could get all the water and moisture needed from misting and therefore cause no harm to the frog because they need to be moist and not water logged so it would be ok with normal misting to the enclosure.
Hi there! Sorry for not getting back to you earlier, but I just noticed that I've gotten a visitor message. I was not notified, strangely enough.
I don't now much about these kinds of plants sadly, but I do know that they want acid soil and a fairly hot and humid environment. I think I'm recalling something about only using osmos water with these kinds of plants as well, but I'm not sure...
I'm sure you could use it as a hanging plant (assuming the frog can't get it), but it'll probably not be hassle free since they seem to have quite specific requirements. I'm sorry it took so long to answer and that I could not be of better help.
Hey Martin, do you think Nepenthes Ventricosa would work as a hanging plant in a Ceratophrys enclosure??