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Old 12-06-2019, 05:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Socratic Monologue View Post
That's a nice looking viv. I wouldn't say that it has lots of hiding spaces, though. I've attached a older pic of one of my 12 x 12 x 18s that seems to be the best one for promoting bold frogs. (And, yes the neo planted in the substrate died from being too wet, of course. And, yes I replaced it with leaf litter, of course. <img src="" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />) In the middle bottom, you can just see that there is a dark void space, and the hardscape column on the left is a hollow cork round.

As to lighting, I really, really like dimmable lighting. On new vivs, you can crank it up until the plants grow in, then you can turn it back to make the frogs comfortable. If high temps are ever an issue, turning the lighting down can make a few degrees of difference, too. Check out
Thanks for the advice! I could potentially add a few more plants higher up the Viv to give it that wall of foliage to hide in.

The link for the dimable lighting doesn't seem to be working. Is there anyway to dim the lighting using the exo terra canopy for my viv? Or would it be a completely different lighting mount and bulb needed?
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