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Old 01-23-2016, 07:49 AM
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Hello friends;

Greetings from Turkey. It will be a new and different projects.


Project name: Hidden garden

Project type: Vivarium

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Old 01-23-2016, 12:13 PM
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I can't wait to see more. This has a lot of potential.
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I can't wait to see more. This has a lot of potential.
Thank you very much. I will publish the details of development quite.
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Wow! I like it. What the world needs now is more Frogs! What kind are you thinking of for this projects?
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Wow! I like it. What the world needs now is more Frogs! What kind are you thinking of for this projects?
I'm so glad you like it. I think Dart's frog colony.


do you have any advice?
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The Bumblebee poison dart frog (Dendrobates leucomelas) would be great.

They can be arboreal or terrestrial depending on their vivarium. Yours will be both and a group of five or so would be perfect.
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The Bumblebee poison dart frog (Dendrobates leucomelas) would be great.

They can be arboreal or terrestrial depending on their vivarium. Yours will be both and a group of five or so would be perfect.

Thank you for this good advice. I will definitely consider that suggestion.

150x75hx60 in this measurement, it must be a Poison Dart frog vivarium a few more to the colony? what is Your suggestion?

note: I'm sorry my English is a little bad
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In the wild they hang in five or so in a group. It may not make a difference here unless some aggression sets in. The size of your viv might be allow for more. Does someone else have a different opinion?
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I'm so glad you like it. I think Dart's frog colony.


do you have any advice?
Looks like it's gonna have great potential. I don't know if you mean you want to have that amount of each species but you can only put one species together so they don't wind up cross breeding and creating hybrids. We are very much against that in this hobby.
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In the wild they hang in five or so in a group.
Where did you get this info?
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In the wild they hang in five or so in a group. It may not make a difference here unless some aggression sets in. The size of your viv might be allow for more. Does someone else have a different opinion?
Yes, different species could be problematic. the most ideal situation, two different species feed.

This vivarium would be suitable for a colony of 20 units, do you think?


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Looks like it's gonna have great potential. I don't know if you mean you want to have that amount of each species but you can only put one species together so they don't wind up cross breeding and creating hybrids. We are very much against that in this hobby.
you're certainly right about that. I will consider your suggestions.


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Yes, different species could be problematic. the most ideal situation, two different species feed.

This vivarium would be suitable for a colony of 20 units, do you think?




you're certainly right about that. I will consider your suggestions.


In 2 weeks column and the sarcophagus will be over.

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20 frogs is a lot. How many gallons is this viv? It doesn't look big enough for 20 frogs.
If that's what you mean by 20 units.

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The bumblebee poison dart frog is diurnal and highly active. Seemingly constantly energetic, bumblebee poison dart frogs are intelligent and curious amphibians with a frequently seen desire to explore changes to their surroundings. In captivity they are among the boldest of the poison dart frogs, making little or no attempt to conceal themselves.

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Bumblebee poison dart frogs live in groups of four or five in the wild; captive specimens can be kept in smaller or larger groups. Like D. tinctorius, groups of leucomelas set up established territories and defend them against rival groups. This can result in squabbles involving frogs "pairing off" with frogs from the opposing group, and wrestling."

You are more of an expert than I. I am still in the researching stages.
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20 frogs is a lot. How many gallons is this viv? It doesn't look big enough for 20 frogs.
If that's what you mean by 20 units.

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178 gallons (675 LT.)

these measures are suitable for the survival of the species?
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20 frogs is too many in my opinion. 10 leucomelas would be VERY happy in that size enclosure.
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178 gallons (675 LT.)

these measures are suitable for the survival of the species?
What is the floor space size though?
Regardless 20 is a lot.
If you don't know about the species needs then don't get any frogs until you educate yourself on the species.


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Also there is nothing to consider about mixing different types of frogs....just don't do it.

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Aggregate news from the grave of the king.The construction of the sarcophagus and columns continues.
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Columns (depth and dimension drawings to be made.)
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Beautiful, thank you for the update.. You know you have reached man status when you can park the motorcycle in the livingroom ..
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The carving work you are doing is very impressive. I'm curious, about how much time do you spend to complete an average piece?! Great work. Thanks for the updates.
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Nice work!

So if you mentioned, but what material are the columns made from? Looks like brick or stone. Also, what do you use to carve? A dremel (electric rotary tool) or just hand tools?

Gorgeous stuff, keep it coming!
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Wow, that's some pretty great background and decor work you are doing.

What material are you using for all the decorative stuff? Are you casting and/or carving these out?
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Looks like old world hand tools to me, remember where he is posting from . Keep the updates coming..
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