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Old 12-26-2006, 12:56 AM
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Default First viv, what do you think?

This is my first viv thought I would show what I have done so far. I am going to get a pair of citronellas from a local store this week. I used an undertank heater on the lower back and with the false bottom half full of water it keeps the humidity up and that way I dont have to cover the top and it gets max ventilation.
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Old 12-26-2006, 01:14 AM
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I think that is a very good first tank.
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Old 12-26-2006, 01:50 AM
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Nice vivarium. Citronellas were my first frogs. Pretty and bold frogs, great for beginners. Make sure and show us pics of the frogs when you get them.
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make sure you monitor the humidity closely for the first few days, are you just going to screen the top with FF proof screening? if so you will need to spray the tank down alot more often. Remember, frogs like it wet!
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All I can say is I think your tank kicks ass =)
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It stays pretty wet I spray it quite often. It is an exo terra so it came with a screen top the Light fixture covers up half of the top and the heater keeps it pretty humid yet it still gets circulation. I live in Houston so I think that, that has a big part of it.

Iím excited I have had it set up for about two weeks I want everything to be right before I get the frogs so I have been setting it up and just browsing the forum. I will post pics of my new little frogs as soon as I get them. Thanks again I have got A LOT of info from this board and I think it will have a huge part in my success for these little guys
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