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Old 01-09-2007, 07:48 PM
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Here are two new tanks that I've done.
One has been finished for a couple of months that now house Dendrobates ventrimaculatus 'Iquitos' that I just purchased this weekend.
The second I just finished today and I'm not sure what to put in there maybe intermedius or I would love to get standard lamasi.
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Old 01-09-2007, 07:52 PM
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Those both look excellent.

What are you planning on putting in there?
and what is the big brom on the left?

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Gorgeous. Gosh i wish i had the artistic side to design my tank like that. But it looks beautiful.
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Those are excellent. I really like the depth that you were able to create with the first one and the second one looks really nice too. I'll admit, I have a number of 10 gallon verts but after seeing a number of larger verts (20's and 29's) I am really thinking about slowly converting over to larger enclosures. The space is obviously more but you can do a lot more with it and the frogs appreciate it more too. You've done a real good job and your red vents and whatever you choose to put in the second one will love em.
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Old 01-09-2007, 08:09 PM
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These are beautiful tanks!! I love them. COngratulations!
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Sweet vivs, thanks for sharing!
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i would love mine to get that lush
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They both look great. I like the 2nd one better. Mostly b/c of the Lycopodium. :lol:

The big brom in the 1st one looks like, Neo. Red Bird x Fireball.
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Old 01-10-2007, 12:14 AM
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awsome vivs
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Wow very nice!! They flow very well. You have a talent for this.
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Those really look incredible! Great job.
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Super looking vivs! Wonderful plant selections, too!

What kind of lights are you using to get enough light intensity at the bottom of the vivs?
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Old 01-10-2007, 04:23 AM
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Great job on both of those, they're very interesting. As said by others already, I'd have to agree that you did well on the depth of them, especially the 1st one.

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Great tanks. Are you using a rack system? if so, how do the 29's fit?
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Awesome vivs, I would love to see them in person sometime. Incedentally both Intermedius and Standard Lamasi are available localy soon ( blatant self promotion ).

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wow! very nice! you got a nice plant selection....
mind telling me, by pm, who you get your plants from?
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Yes- nice group of plants! I'd also like to know where you got them.

One other question: What type of light fixture do you have/how's it done?
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The lights are clamp type fixtures (They are temp.) with screw-in pc. bulbs.
Most of the plants are cuttings from my own stock the Dischidia in the first was a trade from Antone. The Hoya retusa is from Black Jungle in both vivs and also from them is the Lycopodium sp. Mexico.
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What is that moss covering the back wall in the 2nd one?
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Rob

Do people from Brooklyn get first dibs on those intermedius!!! lol.

When are we starting a 5 borough NY group? or a NYC group?
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What is that moss covering the back wall in the 2nd one?
It's tropical moss from Black Jungle.
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STUNNING! THAT'S IT....just stunning....i really like the height
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Very nice i like them both equally. I just got 3 Dendrobates ventrimaculatus 'Iquitos' today i love these guys.
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