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Old 01-20-2007, 09:39 PM
 
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Still need to finish the seam in between the canopy and tank, finish planting, and actually add some damn frogs. Thinking about P. bicolor, maybe half a dozen, hopefully the tank's big enough? (39" deep, 36" tall, 25" wide)




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Old 01-20-2007, 09:41 PM
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wow, looks good mate! nice size too-envious! :lol:
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Nice work. I like the hardscape.
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very nice
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Very nice, and building pictures?
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I took all the building pictures with a regular camera so I'll still have to get them developed then scan them in. The tank is pentagon shaped with the point in the back, it is actually an old fish tank i knocked the back out of and extended it about another twenty-four inches with plywood then sealed it all together with fiberglass resin, then I added a canopy and extended the background up into it. Ill get the pics done soon.
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Old 01-21-2007, 09:46 PM
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Nice work! Looks very realistic! Congrats! I really really like this.
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The hardscape is SUPERB!
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That would also be a SUPERB setup for some Golden mantellas...
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That would be a SUPERB setup for just about any tropical frog! :wink:
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Thanks for all the possitive feedback everyone, but I think I'm just gonna go with some hamsters instead:wink:
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very nice! is that java moss?
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Thanks, the back 1/2 is java and the front is the stuff from Black Jungle.
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Wow! I sure am glad I stumbled across this. What an amazing job!
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Yeah, thats an awesome viv. The depth is fantastic and i'm sure the 'hamsters' will love it :lol:

Cant wait to see the journal.

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awesome now you have to make me one
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Looks great i really like what u did and nice frogs to good work.
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might i remcommend a wheel for the hamsters.... 8)
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Great selection of jewel orchids!
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Wow...that's definitely one of a kind. What's that one green vinish like plant with the yellow stripe down the middle? Nice color contrast in there with all of the plants (and frogs as well).
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thanks....the vine is varigated Vanilla planifolia
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