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Old 04-24-2020, 04:39 PM
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Good Morning Everyone,

I was fairly active on the forum a little over a year ago when researching how to build a vivarium for my two P. terribilis. Everyone was very helpful and the project turned out well. I wanted to share how the enclosure looks after 18 months of plant growth!


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Looks great, thanks for sharing!
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Awesome. My only question is, where is everyone on this forum? I was away for a couple years and so excited when I came back 2 weeks ago. The lack of responses is a total bummer. Great viv.

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Old 04-25-2020, 02:29 AM
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They are slowly trickling back in.
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Old 04-25-2020, 02:45 AM
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Looks great, thanks for sharing!
Thanks! I like how it turned out.

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Awesome. My only question is, where is everyone on this forum? I was away for a couple years and so excited when I came back 2 weeks ago.
Yeah, I'm not sure. I've checked in a couple times over the last year, been pretty busy with my final year of school, and the forum has seemed a bit empty. I wasn't sure if I am just logging in at weird times, or what.

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They are slowly trickling back in.
Yeah? Was it even more dead for a while? Like I said, I don't have a great feel for if less people have been posting.
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This forum is more or less dead. It seems most people have moved over to Facebook groups (unfortunately), Poison Dart Froggers is pretty active.
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This forum is more or less dead. It seems most people have moved over to Facebook groups (unfortunately), Poison Dart Froggers is pretty active.
I've noticed an uptick, and if you monitor new accounts, there is one almost every day.

Is "poison dart froggers" a FB group or forum?
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P terriblis are funny frogs. I want to get some to add to the cacophony the leucomelas and imitators are creating in my living room.
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I've noticed an uptick, and if you monitor new accounts, there is one almost every day.

Is "poison dart froggers" a FB group or forum?
It's a FB group. And I would say this forum has been getting more life lately. One small possible reason, myself and others have been posting the link in those FB groups for newbies to come here and do some research.
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Old 04-26-2020, 04:27 PM
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Beautiful tank. What type of fern is the small one that looks almost canopy right over the monkey pods?

Also, I didnt follow your initial build, male and female? any breeding?
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Beautiful tank. What type of fern is the small one that looks almost canopy right over the monkey pods?
It looks like a lemon button fern. I have awful luck keeping them alive in my vivs 😅
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