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Old 08-29-2006, 07:53 PM
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Hello,

I'm new to the forum and the hobby of keeping Darts; I wanted to see what you guys think of this frog tank setup made by glasscages.com

Its a 65g long with 5 dividers to make and false bottom and 6 hinged tops for each divided tank. Total of 6 seperate enclosures. I'm thinking about only 2 dividers so each enclosure will over 20g each.

I'm thinking about ordering this tank. I would like everyone’s opinion and if you have other suggestions on where I could get custom tanks it would be appreciated.

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http://www.glasscages.com/?sAction=View ... lPictID=95

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Old 08-29-2006, 08:00 PM
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I saw this tank somewhere else and it seems like a great idea except for the fact that the tanks are not completely seperate from one another since they will share a common false bottom. The problem with this is that if frogs in one of the "tanks" has some health issues/disease it could possibly be spread throughout the entire community within the larger tank.
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Nate,

You know what your right. I didn't think of that. I could order it without the false bottoms and the glass dividers could run from top to bottom.

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Default Re: 65 Glass Divided Frog Tank

Old thread I know lol, but the idea of a divider popped into my head so I did a search on it. Correct me if I'm wrong. The main reason for not having different species or morphs in the same tank is to keep the blood lines pure. There are species that can successfully live together given enough room. Housing different species in the same tank and people are not worried about diseases, but put a divider up with shared water and now people are worried about diseases? I don't get it. As long as they are both quarantined, what's wrong with sharing the water? I personally wouldn't be worried about diseases spreading. Am I missing something?
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