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Sorry for the delay...

Credit to Antone... He picked all the plants out for the tank...

UPDATE from this thread: http://www.dendroboard.com/phpBB2/vi...hlight=#158703

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11/14/2006 - Just planted



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awsome!
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1/11/2007 - UPDATE

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neat frogs!
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wow those are large terribilis
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Thanks! They are all 13-14 months old... The three males call all the time... Also have one female that laid eggs three weeks in a row but the males are still figuring out "what to do"... :wink:
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Wooooooooooooooow!!! It looks GREAT! Grew in really nice too. I was wondering what the heck happened to you!

Nice work. Gorgeous frogs too!
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Wooooooooooooooow!!! It looks GREAT! Grew in really nice too. I was wondering what the heck happened to you!

Nice work. Gorgeous frogs too!
Thanks Antone! Couldn't have done it without you!!! Your selections worked out pretty well.

Been really busy with the holidays... Figured I would give a little update...
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Those are some gorgeous frogs, and the tank is equally gorgeous! I love the drift wood/bridge over the river! ANd is that an Anthurium in the center? Those P. terribilis look soo good, I'm thinking I might want some. Very nice! The roots on the background looks sooo cool! How long did it take for it to look like that?
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The center plant is an Aroid but its not an Anthurium. Its Philodendron squamiferrum.
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Its very nice! Antone, I sent you another pm regarding that plant.
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Those are some gorgeous frogs, and the tank is equally gorgeous! I love the drift wood/bridge over the river! ANd is that an Anthurium in the center? Those P. terribilis look soo good, I'm thinking I might want some. Very nice! The roots on the background looks sooo cool! How long did it take for it to look like that?
Thanks! They actually use the bridge... Not sure which plant your talking about. There are about six of them in the center.. lol The one next (left) to the red Brom, that's different from the rest, with big dark green leaves was labeled as "Alocasia Rugosa"... It's one of my favorite!
I love my Terribilis! They don't hide at all, even come to the front of the tank and seem to watch whats going on in the room... I spray down the front glass once a week with RO water and they don't even move... I really like the roots too. Gives a wild look to the tank.. It was planted on 11/14/06 so it's been up for two months... I would say that I started to notice the roots about one month in. I see new leaves sprouting weekly and have had three Brom pups show up...
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Very nice! I had a 90 i was gonna make into a terrarium, but sold it instead, this thread makes me regret that!
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Very nice! I had a 90 i was gonna make into a terrarium, but sold it instead, this thread makes me regret that!
I also have a 75gal that I was going to use but bought the 90gal for the extra height... They say Terribilis stay on the ground but I'm glad I went the 90gal. This group climbs all over the back ground...
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The center plant is an Aroid but its not an Anthurium. Its Philodendron squamiferrum.
Very cool plant! Has bright red, hairy looking, stems and grows like crazy... Puts out a neat root system...
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