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Old 03-14-2019, 06:49 AM
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Hey everyone, finally joined this site after lurking for awhile. I'm getting back into keeping Frogs and Geckos after moving down to North Carolina. I just bought a Exo Terra 18x18x24 and am planning a great stuff-silicone vivarium with waterfall and shallow pond. I'm going full swing to setting up my frog/gecko room. I found a 40 Gallon Breeder tank on Letgo and I'm picking up a 20 gal tall and long tomorrow to house my dart frogs.
Dendrobates Auratus "Costa Rica" will be my first dart frogs. I found a classified listing near me in Charlotte selling a pair that I hope can breed.
I have kept Red eyed tree frogs, Crested and Leopard and Marble Geckos, Ball Python, Southern Painted Turtle, Anoles. Had to give them away/sell them when I moved.
Plan on putting Red eyed tree frogs in my Exo-Terra. Clown tree frogs in a 20gal tall, Coast Rica Auratus in the 40 gal and want to buy a couple of Leucomelas for my 20 gal tall. I'm also thinking about a 55gal that could house a few Cobolts, or Terribilis.

I plan on videotaping the build of the Vivariums and I'll post pictures to the board here as well. Looking forward to getting some advice from everyone.
Going to Repticon whenever its in North Carolina.

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