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Old 12-15-2004, 10:44 PM
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Just thought I would put some pics of my vivarium and my frogs up. Let me know what you all think.


I love this pic!


Here is My terrarium for them, which had them breeding within 6 days (very fast for mantella's)


Here is what it looks like after the ultrasonic humidifier has run for a few seconds


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Looks nice Ed. I was thinking about getting some mantellas after the holidays. How big is that enclosure?
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Nice viv Ed!!!

I have a bird's-nest fern as well and it got very big (1 fern filled an entire 10gal viv) but my Mantellas love it.
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which mantellas do you have in there? and how many?

it looks great!!

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This is a 29 gallon, I have 3.2 m. laevigata's in here. Thanks for the comments, I tried to keep it strictly ferns, and relatives of ferns, but I had to throw in the nepenthes, and the pleurothallis. The selaginella around the top is dying though, so I have to find something that likes moisture until the creeping fig covers the back wall.

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