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Old 01-04-2009, 05:00 AM
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I haven't posted in a while, so I figured I'll show you guys the latest project. I've redone my 90 galon diamond viv. After few years of service, the tree fern panels fell apart on me. I decided to build it to last forever. I used epiweb and mortar. Here are some pics of the process

I cant seem to find the early photos, so I'll start with the epiweb already glued to the glass with aquarium silicone. Some black foam is already on.







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Future waterfall.


Installed an extra light in the canopy. From AH Supply.


Misting System connected directly to the RO supply. Never have to fill up a reservoir.


This tank is not drained. Prior to this setup I had to disconnect the filter and siphon off a bit of water when the level was getting too high. I decided to use a spare pump and tap into the canister filter and pump off the excess water directly into the house plumbing. Now when I need to get rid of some water I just flip a switch. Actually, I have it rigged on a timer, idea is to turn it on daily for say 20 sec to pump off the extra water automatically.


Canopy open, with the extra light in the lid


Acrylic Lid lifted with a fan to keep the condensation off.


I hate false bottoms. For this setup I used epiweb chunks as a substrate. It will also act as a filter. Landscaping fabric on top. YOu can see the water area forming.


Didn't want the front to show epiweb, so I jammed some aquarium gravel in the front of the tank.


Ready for planting


Part of the plants from Antone of Spring Valley Tropicals. Vendor feedback removed MJ


Front Pannel with all the controls. Timers are visible when the cabinet door is open. These switches control the following: viv lights, cabinet light, waterfall (filter), heater, drain pump, air bubbles in the water, misting system and the fans... Timers are used for the drain pump, misting system and the lights. It was a pain to set up and organize the wire jungle, but it's a lot of fun operating the viv from the pannel.


Vivarium has been planted for about 1 week. Broms are dropping roots already.


I don't want to use and java moss nor any other moss for that matter. I'm going to experiment with riccia only. I got bunch of riccia from Brian of Brian's Tropicals. Vendor feedback removed MJ


More riccia

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Old 01-04-2009, 05:01 AM
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The water area with a few plants.


Broms from Antone.




Waterfall and some riccia


Misting System is working overtime in this tank. I want to make sure that riccia takes over the tank.


This is the fresh tank after about 7-10 days. I still need to add few more plants and wait for everything to overgrow. I'm waiting for some miniature orchids. Right now there is a group of 8 leucs roaming around the viv.
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You'll love that riccia. I got some inspiration from Brian when I made my first viv and covered everything in riccia. The wall turned out great. Is that mondo grass and ludwigia repens in the water area? Awesome, I can't wait for it to grow in.
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AWESOME! I really like all of the open floor area! Great Job!
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That's such a sexy tank. Looks really good. Now I'm convinced I need to get Riccia for mine. Those broms look nice and fat, that'll be cool when they start throwing off pups. Nicely done!
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WOW, That is an amazing set up Marty! Especially loving the control panel.
Is that fan drawing air down onto the glass or pulling air up and out along the glass?

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Very nice setup, id like to ask 2 questions. 1) do you circulate the air through the hood or only inside the tank? 2) What is the point of using epiweb when you cover it whole with mortar? Maybe im missing the idea?
Thank you and good luck, What are you going to put in there?
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Very nice setup, id like to ask 2 questions. 1) do you circulate the air through the hood or only inside the tank? 2) What is the point of using epiweb when you cover it whole with mortar? Maybe im missing the idea?
Thank you and good luck, What are you going to put in there?
the hood has 3 fans and it's cooled by air from the outside. The tank has 2 fans in the acrylic lid and pulls air from the hood. Warm air defogs the glass and gets sucked back out in the back of the tank creating a very subtle air movement.

Epiweb will never break down. I don't feel like redoing the tank in a few years. Tank has some 8 leucs in it.
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Looks good, is this the third time for this one?

I forget did you build the tank or was it a standard aquarium?
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Yes this tank has been around for a while. Glass cost me $600 so I didn't want to drill it, thinking that one day I'll make a discus tank out of it...(as if )... I had it set up in the old house, then removed and disconnected everything, built it in the new one. Now rebuilt it again. 3 times the charm

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Looks awesome Marty. The misting pump dosent drain the external filter and cause it to have to re-prime itself? Or cause any water in the filter to churn and make noise?
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Looks awesome Marty. The misting pump dosent drain the external filter and cause it to have to re-prime itself? Or cause any water in the filter to churn and make noise?
not at all... the pump isn't high flow and probably drains a glass of water in 5 sec. The siphon from the filter does much more then that so all is good
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Awesome setup Marty. I think for the next project on it you need to get rid of those mechanical switches and go with some digital switches Someone earlier on had asked why you used the epiweb and then covered it with the rock finish. I would assume you did this for something to adhere to? That riccia should really take off up there. Very nice selection of plants too.
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My 2 year old son loves to flip those switches... I did the pannel few years back, to be honest there really is no need for it
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How did you power your fans, Also like to know how to adjust the speeds they run @

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you can see a controller in the middle with 4 knobs. That's connected to a universal 12V AC adapter, one similar to this one



I can select the voltage and then fine tweak speed of each fan to get exactly what I need as far as circulation within the canopy and circulation within the vivarium.
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great tank marty it looks amazing
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tanks looks great!!
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Looks great marty! I love the look of the background. Thanks for making me want leucs again
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I was always a big fan of leucs. Not the rarest, but very cool, with a nice call too.
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I was always a big fan of leucs. Not the rarest, but very cool, with a nice call too.
I agree. A frog doesn't have to be rare for me to like them, just interest me.
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i was wondering why do people put film canasters in there tank?
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Remake #3 looks great. I have always been a fan of this tank. Can you post the two previous creations?

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hello? i am kinda new and was wondering whats with the film canasters
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I will post them, once this one starts to get that grown in look...for now it's too fresh with 1&#37; growth

film canisters? wow, you're impatient. Egg deposition sites for frogs. You didn't see any in this tank. Is this an unrelated question, out of the blue? Do you like holiday sweaters?
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They where 2 inches!
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hello? i am kinda new and was wondering whats with the film canasters
Did you try the search ?

1 quick search using "film canister" (and I prefer to start with title only search) yielded this


Best of all you get the information instantly and I learned a few other things looking through other posts on the search results.

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sorry im new to dendroboard so i dont know everything yet
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no worries m8, just jerking your chain
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Tank looks great! Nice job!
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I really like the big tank with a big group of frogs in it! Some day the wifey will let me keep one in the living room... I hope.
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I always love your tanks Marty. Good job on the refurbish on this one, although I was pretty partial to the last rebuild
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I really like the big tank with a big group of frogs in it! Some day the wifey will let me keep one in the living room... I hope.
One day, I'll do a pimped out glass shower enclosure in the living room. Like you, I'm confined to my frog room - by 'the wife'

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I always love your tanks Marty. Good job on the refurbish on this one, although I was pretty partial to the last rebuild
The last one, got a bit overgrown with Java moss Hopefully this one will overgrow with riccia. For those of you that want to see the previous version you can click here and scroll down to the 90 Gallon Azureus. This tank, I'm trying to do more with some miniature plants. Though the java moss look wasn't bad, just the whole wall of great stuff has detached from the glass and tank had to go. I had this tank decomissioned for so long I forgot that this one didn't even use tree fern panels
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What kinda of mini orchids did you get up getting? Im building up a small 29g tank for mini orchids. Gonna have to place an order for one of your misting systems .

The riccia will do well for sure. Thats a good idea with the epi-web. might have to try that out.
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I didn't get any yet, once I have some I'll post back. Anytime you're ready with the system.

Riccia is doing very well and there's new growth all over the place.
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Same tank with few months of growth. Riccia has been filling in nicely in this tank. I've been taking pieces and moving it into new areas.















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Wow that is amazing. I love the pool you made the background is pretty awesome as well.
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