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Old 08-30-2013, 01:02 PM
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Hello.
I havent had frogs for a long time now and tought I would start a new tank. This is an Exo terra. 45x45x60 centimers. Don't know what size in inches. Im from Sweden!

I have two compact tops on it. Three 26w lamps each. So 6 in total.


Orderd some stuff from Ben's Jungle.

The xaxim:


Bought some roots aswell.


Glue some glas for a water part.


Fitting the net on the top. Also, a bit piece of glass on the top.


Some reading.


Rain system.


Glue some net on the fan.


A crappy pic on the interior. Will take another one tonight.


And not a dartfrog, but the only animal I keep at the moment. My lovely tenrec.



Enjoy!
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Old 08-30-2013, 01:33 PM
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Centimeter divided by 2.5 = inches
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I love the tenrec!
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Now is the xaxim and roots up on the backwall!

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Old 08-31-2013, 12:26 PM
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Looking forward to see how this turns out, I'm sure it will look great
I'll trade you for a piece of that Anthurium if you're interested, (If/when it's large enough to cut) hopefully I have something that's to your liking

What's going in this tank?
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That tenrec looks like he is ready to bite your face!

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Sammie:
Sure, we can trade some plants! I'll contact you when it's a bit bigger!

NickJR:
He was yawning! So cute.

I've planted the tank today. Turned out pretty nice I think.





Selaginella serpens


Neoregelia sp. fireball


Bulbophyllum lepidum


Bulbophyllum lasiochilum


Plant from Venezuela


Anthurium scandens


Neorgelia sp. Brasil
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Great job!
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What will you be doing with the water part? Are you planting it with aquatic plants? Putting fish in it?
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Its looking good !
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Nice
Be careful with that Venezuela vine, it grows ridiculously fast. Very nice looking though.
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Bought two new ferns and some Ficus pumila.
I'm think it's looking nice!
I'll get 0.0.4 Ranitomeya benedicta in the end of the month.
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Two more pics!

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Made a little crappy movie of the tank. Check it out!
You can se one frog and one fish in the movie.

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Very very nice!! A couple of questions: can you add some pics of the water feature you have, why did you do it??
Second where did you find the misting rain things?? Do you have a link, please
Well we'll done, seriously


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Great tank! Your frogs will be happy in it.
This "Ranke aus Venezuela" looks to me Pilea nummulariifolia.
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Looks good to me!
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Hey guys!
This is how the tank looks today. Almost a year up running.


I have a trio R. imitator "intermedius" living in it. They like it. I have eggs, tads and froglets from them.

Enjoy!
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Very nice! Pilea nummularifolia is really a weed!
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