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Old 10-06-2018, 01:36 AM
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There’s my adult female tinctorius cobalt Titus and her young apprentice cobalt.

Then a 2.1.3 group of leucomelas.
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Old 10-06-2018, 01:57 AM
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Nice setups, I really like the Leuc tank. What plants are in it? Besides the episcia and Neos I mean, more specifically the small leaved plant.

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I use imgur. Quick and easy.


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Thanks! Here’s a better look at them.



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Nice setups, I really like the Leuc tank. What plants are in it? Besides the episcia and Neos I mean, more specifically the small leaved plant.
Obligatory F. pumila ‘Quercifolia’

There’s some Marcgravia growing along the back snaking their way forward.
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Obligatory F. pumila ‘Quercifolia’

There’s some Marcgravia growing along the back snaking their way forward.
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I couldn't make it out in the smaller picture but it is clear in the bigger updated one.
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I like this perch they survey their environ from.

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Those are awesome. Nicely done!
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Tank mates are better than being a crusty old disgruntled frog your whole life.

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I like this perch they survey their environ from.

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and another crate of squalor.



It’s current state of affairs.




I have the most punk rock frogs.
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The blue ones.

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My azureus tank has grown a bit.

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I had my must king setup on my rack with a stacked container with reservoir on top and the same container with the pump below. Instead, I got an always closed solenoid to go from RO unit to pump and eleminate the reservoir.

Having space now, I got a pair of these for some Ranitomeya.
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Just some current state of affairs with the inhabited tanks.
Cobalts (Titus and Kimmy)


Azureus (Ice Frog, Griz, and Panpan)


Leucomelas (they’ve been with me for a year almost and I can barely recognize their patterns)
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Fantastic tanks! keep up the good work
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grate looking terrariums
love the way the moss is growing
some how i can not get my moss to keep growing
after about a month it starts to die of
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