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Old 07-05-2019, 08:58 PM
DerekG4 DerekG4 is offline
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I was in a rush because I received the frog as a birthday gift and I didn’t have a good setup for him. So once I got the supplies I built it quickly. I previously had it in a 10 gallon with a lot of moist dirt and moss, then once my backgrounds silicone dried up and had no smell, I put him in

It has no air exchange. I was told by 3 people (A dart frog Breeder near me, Josh’s frogs, and a guy at Repticon) that it should be completely covered so no moisture leaves the tanks and that it’s almost pointless to have air exchange because the plants will be creating oxygen for the frog anyway. I’ve had it for almost a year now, he’s perfectly fine and Eats eagerly. I’ve honestly haven’t had any significant plant growth. The only plant I have in there that has grown a lot is the money tree and I just trim it because it looks overgrown and ugly.

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