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Old 03-20-2019, 03:27 PM
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Default Hello from the Frozen Tundra! (Aka North Dakota)

Hi everyone, new here and perhaps reintroducing myself to a once upon a time ago hobby. It's been about 10 years since I have done anything with aquariums, reptiles (sort of- still have a few) or amphibians. I used to work at a pet store that specialized in fish in Minnesota but since have moved, married, started a family and have ranch I tend. My daughter is becoming quite interested in paludariums and it's something I've always wanted to set up and so the flame has been lit to try and reeducate myself (at possibly the WORST time of year, calving).

I have been scouting the forums for days, trying to get information and absorb as much knowledge from those who have posted with their experiences. I'm excited to partake in this journey and I hope you all can "bayer" with me as I will likely be asking some questions in the "how to" section.

Happy to be here, and forgive me if I'm a tad slow to respond.
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Old 03-20-2019, 07:05 PM
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Welcome to the forum! It's a dart frog forum but there is plenty on paludariums as well. Good luck with your ranch, and good luck with your build. Cheers.
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Old 03-20-2019, 09:29 PM
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Thank you, Michael! Yes, I know that this is dart frog territory. I've had the generic, run of the mill amphibians in the past. I had the connection to have ordered dart frogs but never had the correct set up for them, nor confidence to keep. I appreciate them though, very attractive species out there! hoping to learn some tips and tricks here that will transfer to this future paludarium build. And who knows, the menagerie might grow a few species bigger here Muah hahahahaha!
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Old 03-21-2019, 03:01 AM
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If it makes you feel better, I'm here to construct vivs for geckos and snakes. But I'm all about bioactive enclosures, and this is the best forum for construction tips, plant recommendations, all that. I might dip into dart frogs when I've got the hang of viv construction and maintenance.

Lurking on this sub did give me a new love for dumpy tree frogs though.
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