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Old 01-27-2007, 02:38 PM
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Default Updated pics of my 9 month old 110 gal vivarium

My 110gal vivarium is now 9 months old and growing like crazy. Everyone, plants and frogs, seem to be happy. I tried to make the theme that of an ancient Mayan archeological site.

Here is a full front view.


The left side


Close-up of the left side


Right side


Close-up of the right side


Hope you enjoyed the pics. I wish I knew how to make the pictures larger in this post. ops:

You can check my gallery for larger pictures. http://www.dendroboard.com/coppermin....php?cat=12304
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WOW!!!!!!!!

That's really nice Warren!
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nice lookin tank. i dunno if i'd mix all those species though, but to each their own...
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very nice!
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nice set up! is the green anole in there too? :roll:
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good looking viv although i wouldnt recomend mixing darts either
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Thanks all!

This is set up as a show tank and is the centerpiece of my living room. It measures 48"x18"x32". Lots of room.

I know how most of you feel about mixing. They are all adults and have all been together for about 6 months with no signs of aggression. No lectures please. :roll:

I have a smaller tank set up just in case. And yes .. the anole is in there too.

Hey Joey ... thanks ... but how did you get my pictures so big!
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I think your tanks awesome. I am currently working on a 90 gal with the same idea. Only thing is Im building stuff with granite in mine. Where did you find your little sculptures? I have been looking everywhere and just cant find anything. I want some old Mayan/Aztec sculptures that arent too big. Any advice?...............Sara
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That is a very nice tank, i really like the driftwood! Looks great...

but on the other hand (this is all my opinion) I would only mix species from the same locale, also i find the sculpture idea tacky, but who knows maybe there are some pupulations of dendrobatidae near some ruins.
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Hey, I know every body looks down on having different species of frogs, but what about the anole in his tank? I have 2 anoles in a tank and someone told me that it would be a bad idea to put frogs in a tank with anoles, well my tank would diffenatly be big enough, it is a 190 gallon tank, whats your openions on this subject?

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BTW sorry to hijack your post. ops:
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very nice tank, I really like the black silhouette you have on the front. did you cut that by hand?
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Wow! Nice terrarium
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very nice tank, I really like the black silhouette you have on the front. did you cut that by hand?
Hey bellerophon,

The black silhouette is black vinyl I cut by hand and stuck it to the outside of the glass. I wanted to kind of frame the tank so it looked like you were looking out from a cave into the jungle.
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That is a very nice tank, i really like the driftwood! Looks great...

but on the other hand (this is all my opinion) I would only mix species from the same locale, also i find the sculpture idea tacky, but who knows maybe there are some pupulations of dendrobatidae near some ruins.
Hey booboo,

Everyone has their own opinion on things and I respect that.

If you do a little research, Mayan ruins are found extensively throughout Central and South America. Remember ... they are called "poison dart frogs." Who do you think originally used them to poison their darts? :roll:
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that is absolutely gorgeous!
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Hey, I know every body looks down on having different species of frogs, but what about the anole in his tank? I have 2 anoles in a tank and someone told me that it would be a bad idea to put frogs in a tank with anoles, well my tank would diffenatly be big enough, it is a 190 gallon tank, whats your openions on this subject?

Thanks, Curtis.

BTW sorry to hijack your post. ops:
from what i know about anoles (not much), they don't like it as humid as the frogs do. so even if they can survive in the same tank, it's prolly not very good conditions for each of them. i'd definately stay away from any small frogs too, like thumbs or pums, because anoles can eat pretty big prey.
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Nice looking tank Warren!
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you open up the picture in your gallery then open it up so its the big pop up window size then copy the properties from there
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Oh WOW!!! That is sooooo coool! I love the statues! And the plants look freakin cool. Congrats!!!
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Beautiful tank... nice galacs and leucs.. A lot of people want to start a "community tank" and a lot of people have had success.. I have a few.. where in my favorite I have RETF's, leucophyllata, Citronella tincs, Patricia tincs, Alanis tincs, Auratus and a few Azureus... in a 125 gal paludarium.. I even have breeding activity... no cross bred problems here.. I have had several people frown on me also.. but I have been keeping/breeding frogs for >30 yrs and have had some failures with keeping frogs of diff species together.. also.. but mostly in the earlier days.. when mostly everything was wild-caught and in tighter quarters.. anyway good luck with your vivarium and your frogs look happy... sheesh, it's late ... Peter Keane, JungleWorld
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all i can say is DAMN that viv looks freakin beautiful....i am making my fist viv eve and had an image in my mind similar to what u have..if you have any tips or pointers so that i might have some help in creating mine that would be great...very jelous
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That viv looks amazing. Any full tank shots?

I would think so much better of this viv if the different morph of galacts were not mixed.. For SURE they will cross breed. Please dont sell any froglets produced from this tank.

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