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Old 09-03-2019, 11:23 PM
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Default Gray Tree Frog

I have finally convinced my wife to let me get a gray tree frog. We have them all over my house. But before I do I wanted to make sure I am able to take care of it. So currently my tank has been up for a few months and everything is growing nicely. I have a glass top on it with a computer fan suction cupped and points to the other side of the tank. Now, this is an old 40G breeder. The temp (not the humidity) is monitored by a probe and it stays the high 70s maybe low 80s in the day and lows 70s or high 60s at night.
I wanted to see what people with the glass lid and a fan attached to push the air around. My air plants are growing well with it but I'm not too sure if that is enough air movement for frogs? It's not totally sealed all the way around because I have cords and such running into it and the glass is pretty thin so it flexes.
So what do you all think? Do I need more ventilation? Oh, the fans run about 15-20 minutes 14 hours a day every hour. Thanks in advance, and here is what my tank looks like now.
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