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Old 08-30-2018, 02:30 AM
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Getting back into the hobby after a four-year hiatus. Here's the 40 long I recently set up.

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Old 08-30-2018, 04:28 AM
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Nice work I really like the hardscape. What are you putting in there?
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Old 08-31-2018, 11:05 PM
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Thanks I'm looking to get a group of Benedicta.
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Old 09-08-2018, 12:49 AM
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I ended up getting 2 juvenile varadero imitators, and I'll be adding the final third in the next few weeks. No fear whatsoever in these little guys, they were hunting down springtails immediately out of the package
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Old 09-15-2018, 05:31 AM
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Some better pics
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Very nice. Those are my favorites imitators
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They have so much personality. I purchased them as unsexed sub-adults, but it turned out that I got a pair and even better, I think they are already breeding! The female was following the male around the tank all day today with the male calling all the while. After a few hours of this, they both disappeared into a deep Billbergia and spent the remainder of the day in there together. I hear some fairly frequent short calls coming from in there. Hopefully, I'll have some eggs!
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Added a brom and the other plants are starting to grow in.
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It looks very good! I like the wood pieces used and the overall layout. Personally I'd be worried about the amount of pruning required to keep that pothos in check though. I built a vivarium for my mom before I moved out and had to come back years later and remove a garbage bag full of pothos because it filled the tank and was pushing the lid off! Between that and creeping fig in my own tanks I've decided not to use either again. Not a criticism, just my own experience.
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Here's a little update. I've added some plants and taken some out. The bromeliads have slowly started to bleach out so I've added some new lights, we'll see if they improve.
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It looks awesome and it's nice to see a fellow Tucsonan on the forums!
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