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Old 03-08-2014, 03:25 PM
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I thought I would post a little project I’ve been working on lately.

I made this 14”x20” (35cm x 51cm) cylindrical vivarium out of 1/32” polycarbonate (Makrolon) sheet with a 1/4"x16”x16” base. The top is 3/16” glass with three 3/4” holes drilled for ventilation and one 40mm fan providing circulation. The lighting is supplied via three 6W CREE LED spotlights. The subject piece is made from one large (cut roughly in half) and one small Hygrolon liana accented with a few small pieces of cork bark; I may add another piece of liana, but I think I will let this all settle in for a bit and see what I think a few months from now.

This is my first try with Hygrolon; so far it has been doing a good job of wicking water – the upper parts seem to only get the ambient moisture, as opposed to wicking it up from the base, but the moss on those parts seems to be getting sufficient moisture, regardless. The lights seem to be doing okay – the moss has put out some decent growth and the Peperomia sp. ‘Banos, Ecuador’ has responded nicely as well – I will have to wait a while to decide for sure; I may end up replacing/supplementing them with a Jungle Dawn or something. These shots are a few weeks old, taken just after adding the Pearcea; I just added some leaf litter today, which has given it a nice touch.

I went for another Ecuadorian biotope on this one. I may still add a plant or two – such as Microgramma piloselloides or some sort of micro/mini orchid – along with a liverwort or filmy fern, but for the time being this is the plant list:

Pearcea hypocyrtiflora
Peperomia sp. 'Banos, Ecuador'
Pleurothallis niveoglobula
Sphyrospermum buxifiloium
Trichosalpinx sp. 'Ecuador'
Various mosses - including Black Jungle moss, NEHERP moss, Manuran's low-growing moss and some local moss (the majority of what you see in the photos, this one has done really well so far - it started as just a few small pieces).

I realized after taking the full tank shots that the reflections produced within the cylinder are kind of distracting – I may try a white background for the next update and see if that resolves the problem…

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Pearcea hypocyrtiflora








Peperomia sp. 'Banos, Ecuador' – hopefully I can get a nice carpet of this one going!






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Sphyrospermum buxifiloium




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Amazing!! Is it built on a false bottom?
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Very nice Shaun. Love the lighting and high-tech look!
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Gorgeous! I also have a similar tank - I wanted to put in a tarantula, but that project failed. In the future I'll do something like this your viv!
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beautifully done. did you form the markon sheet into the cylinder and if so do you have a visible seam?
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Wow! This is spectacular.

Do you have any pictures of just the hardscape?
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Sleek and classy!!! Nicely done



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Thanks for all of the comments everyone - much appreciated!


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Is it built on a false bottom?
Yes, the side that has the substrate built up has a small egg crate false-bottom underneath. The Hygrolon lianas are offset to the side of the false-bottom and go right down to the base.


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did you form the markon sheet into the cylinder and if so do you have a visible seam?
I ended up simply bolting the two ends of the sheet together, with stainless steel hardware, creating a 3/4" overlap - if you look closely at the first photo you can just barely make it out in the back. The seam is actually concealed quite well due to the positioning/twisting of the lianas - you hardly notice it when you look at the tank in person.


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Do you have any pictures of just the hardscape?
No, unfortunately I don't - I'm always more interested in the final product of something that I rarely take the time to photograph the actual process.
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wow..that looks great! wish I could build something like that.
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reminds me a lot of dusk tropics/mikeils cylynder tank
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reminds me a lot of dusk tropics/mikeils cylynder tank
Yeah, Mikael's nanovivs were the main inspiration for this build; he has a lot of nice cylinders.

Here's a link to Mikael's tanks for those who haven't seen them: Nano vivarium and cabinets - a set on Flickr
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goodness your creations are wonderful!
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Do you think you put frogs in this viv?
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Wow, thanks for posting this link - those are definitely inspiring.

Time to get me some hygrolon....

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Yeah, Mikael's nanovivs were the main inspiration for this build; he has a lot of nice cylinders.

Here's a link to Mikael's tanks for those who haven't seen them: Nano vivarium and cabinets - a set on Flickr
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i love this.

i am doing a very similar build in the next year or so but with the epiweb "kaos" structure. i am helplessly drawn to centerpiece structures, especially when they contain a few orchids.
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Do you think you put frogs in this viv?
No, I don't think so. It would be a cool concept for a Ranitomeya tank with a few modifications - mainly just the addition of a hinged top for easier/safer access for maintenance (right now the whole cylinder lifts off of the base, making it difficult to control potential escapees).
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Very unique, great work!
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A few updated photos with more moss growth and leaf litter. I used a lighter background for the photos this time - the reflections still show up, but at least the contrast between the "branches" and the background is better. The growth has been really good so far…


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This thing is so cool!

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Love it, nice clean look!
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An enclosure like this could be cool as a consumer product. You could router cut the top and bottom with a thick plastic. The whole thing could just pack flat as a kit for assembly.
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I really wanna do something like this with a motorized display turntable and a suspended light (so it could turn freely). I think if it was slow enough, or maybe just put it on an interval timer it would be ok for the animals.
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Thanks for the comments, guys.

I think I'm going to add one more liana to the right hand side, with Philodendron verrucosum or something similar, to fill up some of the negative space in the center; I'd like to find something slightly smaller than P. verrucosum but the leaves on this one seem to top out at about 4-5" long with a bit of trimming - which should fit nicely. I'm just waiting for Folius to get them back in stock.


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An enclosure like this could be cool as a consumer product. You could router cut the top and bottom with a thick plastic. The whole thing could just pack flat as a kit for assembly.
Yeah, Dusk Tropic sells complete kits for around $400 - I think he's the only one selling an actual kit at the moment (all others I've seen have been custom made).
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I found this guy this morning while misting:






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Is it an Earwig?
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Is it an Earwig?
No, a silverfish.
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Did that silverfish just find its way in there, or was it part of a culture?
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It just appeared; not sure how though, as it was unable to climb up the sides of a container I put it in temporarily...
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A bit of diversity for a Sunday morning; this is exactly why I made this tank.




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This is beautiful! Do you hand mist it? I didn't see any misting nozzles.

Also, how do you keep the acrylic so clean? Do you wipe it down with a cloth before you take pictures?
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This is beautiful! Do you hand mist it? I didn't see any misting nozzles.

Also, how do you keep the acrylic so clean? Do you wipe it down with a cloth before you take pictures?
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Yes, I hand mist it about once a week. The cylinder stays fairly clear with the fan constantly running while the lights are on - but, yes I always wipe it down before taking photos.
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I was concerned that the lights I chose wouldn't be sufficient enough for plant growth - and especially for orchid growth - but I was happy to see that I'm starting to get some new growth from the orchids and the Trichosalpinx is in bloom again. Things are starting to look like they could use a trim already, as well!


Trichosalpinx sp. 'Ecuador'



New growth:




New growth from the Pleurothallis niveoglobula:



A nice little liverwort on the P. niveoglobula mount:




Pilea microphylla




I used some of the moss I have growing in my 10 gallon epiphyte branch vivarium and must have snagged a leaf cutting from the P. emarginella 'Ecuador':




Another leaf-shot of Pearcea hypocyrtiflora:




Peperomia sp. 'Baños, Ecuador'



Some nice red coloration on the underside of the leaves:

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Here's an updated wide-angle shot, taken from above the tank, after three months of growth (I added the rest of the P. niveoglobula mount as well):


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And, the last wide-angle shot (taken in February) for comparison:

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Absolutely amazing. One of the coolest I have seen...simple and elegant!
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Geez Shaun! That Pths. niveoglobula is really taking off for you. The piece you sent me is doing great, but yours is growing way faster.

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Geez Shaun! That Pths. niveoglobula is really taking off for you. The piece you sent me is doing great, but yours is growing way faster.
Ha!…I wish, Zach. I actually added part of another mount I had to that spot just a few weeks ago; I wish it grew that fast - it has only just started to put out new growth for me.

Have you done anything with the seed pod that was/is on yours?
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