02-21-2007, 01:56 PM
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Temperance, MI
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Q on rack for varying tank sizes
Seems hard to believe I have been keeping PDFs over a year now. I find myself with a fairly standard beginner's collection of frogs, but of widely varying tank sizes. The tanks are spread throughout the house, and now with tads in the water, morphing containers, etc, etc, etc, it is now time for a rack.
My collection looks like this:
One 29g horizontal (2 imis)
Two 20H horizontal (pair of Azureus in one, trio of leucs in the other)
One 15g standard (trio of auratus)
I also have 4 Blue and Black auratus in quarantine, that I will be moving to either a 20H or 29g.
I don't have plans for any other frogs right now, but don't know if I'll be able to help myself when some of these Black Bassleri become available. And there is always a chance I'll venture into pums in the next year with a pair of bastis....you know how it goes.
Will the Sam's rack that I have read about here be a good choice? I realize I may not be able to fit everything on it, but better organization is a must, if I want to keep my wife.
Temperance, MI USA
2.1 D. leucomelas
0.0.3 D. auratus (Panama)
0.0.4 D. auratus (blue-and-black)
1.1 D. azureus
1.1 D. imitator