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Old 02-02-2014, 02:33 PM
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I've had some issue's with the heat inside the tank.
I've fixed that but its still kinda chill at night.
Because i screwed up in the beginning by filling the bottom with greatstuff i will be fixing this problem.
Im going to *carefully* remove the greatstuff off the bottom and fill it with hydropellets and add a pump and heater.
Then the tank should be running like it should be and the RV and temp should be just a little higher.

But for now just some pics.

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Palu voor verbouweing (8) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Javamos on the branches

Palu voor verbouweing (7) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr



Palu voor verbouweing (6) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr


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Ficus which is growing like crazy

Palu voor verbouweing (1) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Moss thats emerging from the background

Palu voor verbouweing (4) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr


Palu voor verbouweing (3) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr


Palu voor verbouweing (2) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Next pics will be of the construction of the bottom
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The tank was to cold because i used greatstuff for the bottom... time to fix my failure..

Sliced, pulled, and fought an long battle with the greatstuff.. and won


Made an compartment for the pump and heater and filled it up with hydropellets
(also the cables are going trough the vent... drilling a hole would be better.. but this method was a lot safer)


Used the*new* substrate and replanted my plants.

Palu 001 (2) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Im going to add an bromeliad in the centre of the background and maybe an begonia species.
And also a load of leaves.
Im kinda waiting for the plants to recover and start rooting.
In the meantime.. more pics

Fittona

Palu 001 (3) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Ficus


Palu 001 (5) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Moss growing out of the background


Palu 001 (1) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Waterdrop


Palu 001 (4) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

And the other fittona


Palu 001 (8) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Also the humidity and temperature are all stable and looking good.
If all the plants are doing fine its time to start adding springtails.. and learning the ancient way of culturing fruit flies.

And btw the new inhabitants will probably be the Auratus.. don't know with colour of morph.
But i've still got a lot to do before that can happen.

Its a great moment to see my old tank finally working like it should be.
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It is amazing how effective a body of water/false bottom can be at maintaining the thermodynamic equilibrium in a viv...

The tank still looks great after the modification. Can't wait to see some frogs in there!
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If all the plants are doing fine its time to start adding springtails.. and learning the ancient way of culturing fruit flies.
FF are the one thing i am most intimidated by as noob to keeping frogs.

Love the colors in there it is a nice tank
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Tnx !

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FF's are (i believe) one of the most challenging aspects in this hobby.
And the health of plants and frogs ofcource.
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Today i've added some new plants..
I'm kind of proud of the new look


Vivarium by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

On this photo the plants are just planted.
They will probably need some time to get the right color and shape again.
(especially the green Pilea)

New plants are:
Selaginella kraussiana (Fern, spreaded across the bottom)
Pilea involucrata (green plant near the large hut)
Neoregelia schultesiana ( middle)
And i got an free brom from the store. (left corner)
I believe its an Tillandsia cyanea

I've planted the shoots of the fittona on the left side.. but don't know if they will make it.
In about a couple of days im adding a layer of leaves in the tank.. and that should be about it.

I've got no idea what kind of frog i'm going to take.
People say the auratus will be a fine choice, but ive got more background and climbing space compared to the bottom.
So maybe a thumbnail would be better? of an climbing *normal* frog like the leucomelas?

If somebody got suggestions let me know
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Fittona





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Pilea


The tank is completely done.
The cultures of flies are going well and the springtails are introduced into the tank.
And the new frogs will be the leucomelas.
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i'm still jealous of that fittonia

Looks good!
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The leucs will use every inch of that. I'm finding mine go everywhere. To call them strictly terrestrial is almost a crime. Plus, they are so bold.

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I gotta be honest I'm SUPER JEALOUS of that fittonia you've got...that thing is absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!


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What about frogs? (Auratus?)
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Charlie, when its possible to ship them, you will be the first to get them

Tnx for the reply's the leucs will be the best choice for this tank.
I've though about auratus and they are stunning... but some people say they mostly will use the bottom.
A frog that will use the whole tank will be a lot better for this setup.

Leucs or maybe the truncatus will be imo the frogs who use the whole tank.
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Finally some frog pics!

I went to a shop to get some extra plants and moss and shot some of their frogs.
I'm thinking the leucomelas on the last pic will be my the species for my tank.
Don't know how many i will take.
I'm hoping i will get them in about a week or so... enjoy


VPA_0996 by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

VPA_0998 by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

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VPA_1005 by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

VPA_1008 by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

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I think that any of these frogs is good for your viv! You will make a good purchase!
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Love this tank. Just a heads up, the plant on the left you said is fittonia is actually hypoestes phyllostachya. Great little plant if you keep it low and bushy, I kept one on my windowsill as it gets sun from morning till afternoon and it reached almost a foot tall
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Sorry, found the answer to my question.

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Tnx for the information Mcknight!

The plant was growing like mad and the leaves were heavy so it fell over... its now in a pot near my window.
To replace it i've planted 2 kinds of small bromeliads on the left side.

I've also got an cryptanthus from a friend.

VPA_1137 by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Maybe ill add some moss on the foreground, and then the tank will be ready for some frogs
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Time for another update


The fireball broms are getting a nice pink colour
Neoregelia schultesiana fireball by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

unfortunately one flower began to bloom.
Which means that that cluster is going to die right? at least he's making alot of new leaves.
Bromeliad flower by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

I also found an old picture of last year before the transformation
4 July total by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

And how the tank looks today
Paludarium FTS 29 mei by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Looks pretty good if i say so myself
Next up is getting some moss for the foreground, getting an misting system and last but not least getting some frogs
It may take a while but i want the tank to be perfect before introducing frogs
Next week i'm going to visit a breeder in the area and photograph some of his frogs.
I will post the photo's here when i'm done
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I tear out the flower with pliers: it soon rots and stinks! In addition, it seems to me that the neo lasts longer without flower.
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@ Rigel

The flowers look really nice to be honest.. if they won't smell like dead animals i'm leaving them in there
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I also find them beautiful, but they smell after a few days. And this is not good for frogs.
Here some old pics of neoregelia narziss in bloom.
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Ow wow really? i've never heard something like that.

Awesome pictures btw!
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Again some pictures from the local shop.

Orchid by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

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I've also bought some moss for my viv.
Will post an total shot in a few days
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Full tank shot

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Do you have a full tank shot? Do you know the manufacturer?

That's some serious photography!
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That is the full tank shot..
Only thing thats missing is the lightbox on top.. but its not really important.

Manufacturer is .... me? i've bought an empty glass tank, the inside of the tank was completed made by me.
Buying completed tanks is not my thing.. building it is the fun part!
And tnx

Rainsystem is installed as well.
Next week im thinking of getting 3 leucomelas.
The shopkeeper told me that i can combine the leucs with some ventri's.
Im not going to buy them at once.. but what do you guys think?
Will it be to much or will it be ok.
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Did you get new lights? The viv looks brighter and the bromeliads are coloring up well.
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Great pix and a nice looking tank wish my moss was growing like that
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Your tank is gorgeous! You make me love these neos "pink"!
As for frogs, I say no. And not just because I am against vivs with mixed species - even if they can not interbreed - but because leucs love to climb, as well as ranitomeya.
If you just want to mix more than one species, it is better if you put together species that do not occupy the same areas.
This is my opinion, of course.
The shopkeepers often say what is more convenient for their interest.
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Tnx guys!

@frogtofall

Nope used a better setting on my camera.
Last couple of total shots were kinda dark.

@Rigel10

Thats what i was thinking about combining these two.
The leucs will be all over the tank and will eventually encounter the ventri's
If i were taking some bottom dwellers it would be ok.
But im keeping just 1 species, and that will be the leucs
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I was thinking of this, that is to leucs as the best solution.
I really like the banded, but the most beautiful are the Cerro Autana, IMO.

PS: I think this thread deserves the 5 stars for the high quality of the images it contains.
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I was thinking of this, that is to leucs as the best solution.
I really like the banded, but the most beautiful are the Cerro Autana, IMO.

PS: I think this thread deserves the 5 stars for the high quality of the images it contains.
The banded are awesome indeed! that would be my number 1 choice.
Cerro Autana is also very stunning, but a bit hard to find i think?
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In a couple of weeks this:

Philodendron Micans by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Kept growing to become this

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Also added some Helxine soleirolii from my previous tank.
And also added some flies.
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And of course some animals to feed on the flies
Dendrobates Leucomelas 2F - 1M

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First Leucs (1) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

These are some quick snaps of the frogs and tank.
Im letting them adjust to the tank before im taking some pictures with the macro setup
They are all eating good, are bold, active, and very pretty
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Gorgeous! In my opinion you have made a good choice with frogs. The plants are fine, very lush. What more could you want? Another viv and other frogs!
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Indeed Rigel10

It may take some time but the tank is now completely done and running perfectly fine.

Also shot some new pics

Dendrobates Leucomelas (8) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Dendrobates Leucomelas (7) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Dendrobates Leucomelas (6) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Dendrobates Leucomelas (3) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Dendrobates Leucomelas (4) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Dendrobates Leucomelas (5) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Dendrobates Leucomelas (1) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

I am making the macroshots later because i don't want to scare them with a big lense and flash right now.
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Damn 10.000 views! time to celebrate with some new pics.


Dendrobates Leucomelas (9) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Dendrobates Leucomelas (10) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Dendrobates Leucomelas (11) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Dendrobates Leucomelas (12) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

Dendrobates Leucomelas (13) by VincentPardoel, on Flickr

And a detailpic :P
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Old 07-20-2014, 03:49 PM
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Don't know if i will keep posting photo's here if nobody reacts.
Anyhow.. tnx for the like Rigel
Male has been calling like mad, so i can expect eggs very soon i think.
Time to start making a growout tank.
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Amazing setup. Nice work
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Such a great looking tank. Some really great looking Leucs.. Makes me wants some >,<
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