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Sambucus 06-24-2019 03:12 PM

Newish Member
 
Hi!
I am a 5+ year keeper of Dart frogs, and other vivarium species. I have primarily kept tinc-type species, but am interested in trying out others, especially some thumbnail types, as I have a few smaller vivs that would love tenants. I work in veterinary medicine, and wrote my capstone exotics paper on keeping dart frogs in fairly self-contained bio-active vivaria. I am looking forward to learning more from all of you!

scrumpydc 06-24-2019 04:36 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Sambucus (Post 3066548)
Hi!

I am a 5+ year keeper of Dart frogs, and other vivarium species. I have primarily kept tinc-type species, but am interested in trying out others, especially some thumbnail types, as I have a few smaller vivs that would love tenants. I work in veterinary medicine, and wrote my capstone exotics paper on keeping dart frogs in fairly self-contained bio-active vivaria. I am looking forward to learning more from all of you!

Sounds like we could learn some things from you two good to have you hear [emoji4]

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Socratic Monologue 06-24-2019 05:03 PM

Re: Newish Member
 
Welcome!

Thumbs are great, and pairs do well in smaller (~10-15g) vivs. I really enjoy my imitator and vanzolinii pairs.

RogueFish 06-24-2019 11:31 PM

Re: Newish Member
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Sambucus (Post 3066548)
Hi!

I work in veterinary medicine, and wrote my capstone exotics paper on keeping dart frogs in fairly self-contained bio-active vivaria.

Can I read the capstone paper? [emoji851]

varanoid 06-24-2019 11:39 PM

Re: Newish Member
 
Hi and welcome to the forum


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