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Old 04-30-2006, 11:56 AM
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Hello!!!
Just wanted to share my new vents and their viv.



This one I do not know what it is: Female or male


This one is the male. Just saw and heard him call
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Old 04-30-2006, 03:26 PM
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Looking good, however can I offer a bit of advice??? I have my vents in an extremely overgrown viv, but they seem to LOVE having a lot of tall plants to crawl around in, and are only on the ground level to hunt. I also have them raising tadpoles in bromeliads, so you may want to add some broms in. Here is a pic of what I keep mine in so you can get an idea of tall plant crawl space I get atleast two clutches of eggs weekly



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Ed. This is just a temporary viv. I know vents love to climb, I spend some hours looking at mine, but for the moment this is what I can offer them. I'm building another viv soon and it will be someting in those condition (I hope).
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If they are breeding age, I would orient that film canister at 45 degrees to hold water.
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