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Old 04-20-2007, 02:35 AM
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Default 55g almost ready for frogs (I think!)

Thought I would post some pics of my newest project. The tank and stand were given to me and I have been working on it for a few weeks now. Now that I got it mostly planted (thanks Antone and Harry) I just need to give it a little while to grow in. The bromeliads are not rooted yet and I am waiting for a few ferns for the background to overhang the driftwood a bit and fill in the back corners. It was built with a false floor(eggcrate) and GS background. I used small plant pots with tubes for drainage in the background. The waterfall didn't go exactly as planned but I kinda like the way it runs over the cliff next to it. Please, comment and advise as I am still really new at this. Hopefully next month I can pick up another powderblue or 2 to go with the other 3 I am planning on putting in there when it has grown out.

sorry about the fuzzy pics, my camera is kinda crappy
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Looks Great Give it some time to grown in and some heavy mistings and it will be a green jungle. Just one question/suggestion, if I am not mistaken I beleive that piece of wood which you have the broms mounted on will rot, it's not made for humid conditions. I have the same wood in my leos cage.

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Old 04-20-2007, 11:35 PM
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Thanks. I was kinda concerned about the wood. I had it in a viv for a few months and it did ok, but the humidity levels were not as high as they are in my new one. It is under the lights which help keep it a little dryer but I will keep a close eye on it.
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