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Old 02-17-2004, 02:35 AM
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I need to get some pics of my frogs, but I thought I would show a pic of my setup:
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Default terrariums on the left

What kind of terrariums are on the very left in the back? It almost looks like you have 4 10's stacked on top of eachother, but the light couldn't get to the bottom two-- so what is it? Did you order it or make it? thanks
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It is one giant viv with a partition. It is 24" x 12" X 25," with a glass partition down the center. My vents are on the left and the k&c auratus is on the right. I will post a better pic later.
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Its later
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What kind of bulbs are you using?

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27 watt 6500K compact fluorescent screw ins
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Where did you get them? I keep meaning to order some to try, but then I keep looking at local stores also.

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Home depot has them all the time
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Not the ones here unless they are not truely 6500k, and are the ones that claim to be daylight but are really 3000k. Do you have the brand, and other info?

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Commercial Electric SKU#772-429 Moden EDXO-19 LPF 6500K Bulbs

They are actually 19 watts. My mistake. You can also buy them on the web at http://www.lite-house.com/catalog_pr...5&prod=TC18931
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Thanks, I might have to order some...

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They are actually 19 watts. My mistake. You can also buy them on the web at http://www.lite-house.com/catalog_pr...5&prod=TC18931
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Wow, that site has some that are 42 watts for $16.... I wonder how much heat those put out.... May have to try some too...

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The 27w are the way to go, its what I was planning on ordering before, but I am hoping my shop lights with full spectrum lights are enough. As my wife likes to put it: " its like looking into the sun as it is" after I added another one.

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GREAT LOOKING SETUPS!!
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Hey joe, sorry to bring this up again but i was curious how much gallons the 'giant terrariums' is. Or did you make it yourself? Also, are the doors ontop, or side?

Great viv anyhow.
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I got it from twin oaks. The dimensions are 20in x 10in x 25in, with a divider down the center. I had to add a foam strip on the inside of the drop front to keep the frogs from visiting each other Here is a side pic with the front open for reference:
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How much was it? do you have a link to theri site?
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Great set up. This is a little off topic but what kind of mount. bike is that on the top?
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