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Old 09-10-2006, 09:22 PM
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Well I came back from the White Plains show today with a few things to finish up my 45 gallon tall vivarium. Looks pretty good in my opinion. Now another week or 2 and it should be ready to house my 2.2 azureus.

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That is a very nice viv. I like your plant selection and location. The water feature is good too. Natural looking. Those froggies should be happy.
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I don't want my frogs to see that photo. Very Nice.
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Nice work. Looks much better than before IMO.
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Looks good and I would really watch the 2 females together...
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looks real good, let us know how the frogs like it
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Nice work. Looks much better than before IMO.
i concur.


looks great!
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Kim,

That tank looks great !

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Beautiful set up, and you live in central NJ near me....Hmmm I wonder if i could sneak over there and grab that thing for some of my frogs !!!! 8) 8)
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