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Old 10-28-2011, 01:10 PM
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Your terrarium is pretty big and I guess it's imitator you have but how many do you have? Do you have any other species of Dendrobates also in the same terrarium?

I really like this froogs..
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Old 11-25-2011, 01:35 PM
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I don't have imitator but ventris. I got 6 ventris and 4 leucomelas.
The ventris have a lot of space but only uses 3 broms.
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One ventri was kind enough to let me photograph him.
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Just found this thread,and all I can say is wow.You did a great job and it looks very realistic.
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just had to reread the whole thread -- again -- and you have such patience to answer the same questions over and over-- Do wish that there were a way for you to show your water building explanation better than what we are able to see...perhaps we just plain don't get it...yet... Thanks again...it's beautiful.
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Any updated full tank pics?
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I'll try to make a FTS this week and explain the water feature again (it's really simple )
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this is truly amazing what you did with that tank!!!!!
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raf hello, how is your beautiful viv? to put a few more photos?
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Viv didn't changed that much but as requested some new pics:





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amazing...

What kind of lights do you use and how much watt? Misting 1 time per day?
In may viv the plants are growing but maybe I mist to late as you said, many leafs turn black an rot.
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I have 6xPL 36watt as main light.
I mist 5 times a day but only for 10 seconds.
Make sure you don't mist too late so the plants can dry before the lights turn off.
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Looks better and better everytime
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I am curious, what is the small vine in this picture?
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Thanks raf, I have a question, if the frogs in the water does not end up risking their lives? many say that they are not great swimmers Dendrobates, and how are your frogs?
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Thats truly a great viv, probably my favorite on here !

Raf, I would like to know if you have to consider a special ppi of the filter foam when you use it for the false bottom instead of eggcrate?

I really like the idea of having a false bottom that also acts like a filter when combined with a waterfeature.

Thanks for the update!

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Holly crap... First time seeing this. Outstanding raf...
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Make sure you don't mist too late so the plants can dry before the lights turn off.
I'd never considered this, is it a major concern?
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I am curious, what is the small vine in this picture?
The plant is a Pilea depressa. Shouldn't be hard to find.

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Thanks raf, I have a question, if the frogs in the water does not end up risking their lives? many say that they are not great swimmers Dendrobates,
Healthy frogs normally don't drown. They should ofcourse be able to get out of the water easily. Most frogs that die in the water did because of another reason (disease, stress,...)

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Raf, I would like to know if you have to consider a special ppi of the filter foam when you use it for the false bottom instead of eggcrate?

I really like the idea of having a false bottom that also acts like a filter when combined with a waterfeature.
I have use ordinary filter foam with epiweb on top. You can use filter foam and cover it with fabric or something like that so the peat or other substrate doesn't wash away into the water.

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I'd never considered this, is it a major concern?
Some plants really don't like it. They rot away fast. Especially aerial roots/epiphytes don't like it very much (orchid,tillandsias,...)
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Wow, amazing tank man, nice job! I'm definitely excited to do a build like this sometime. I just got done with a 75 gallon tank. I did a little bit simpler of a design as it was my first time, but I think it went well. I'll have to upload a build journal on here soon...
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This is truly an amazing tank!! I wish that I had a tenth of your skills!
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I wanted to make a consideration based on what you said cooling, if the roots are rotting of epiphytes, especially orchids and ferns, which means you have too much moisture, poor air circulation so I think, between a spray and the other one should dry everything okay a little bit of moisture but the inside should not be too wet, but I believe that you know these things before, have you tried to lower the humidity.
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I wanted to make a consideration based on what you said cooling, if the roots are rotting of epiphytes, especially orchids and ferns, which means you have too much moisture, poor air circulation so I think, between a spray and the other one should dry everything okay a little bit of moisture but the inside should not be too wet, but I believe that you know these things before, have you tried to lower the humidity.
Most vivs are too wet. Ventilation is very important that's why I wouldn't use aquariums as viv because it's difficult to get a good ventilation without ventilators. I don't need to use a vent but I use it too blow hot air into the viv coming from the lighting.
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I recently constructed the background of my new vivarium.
I thought it could be useful so here it is:

I used heated pvc pipes with prolypropylene rope.



I covered it with a compaktuna(/flevopol)-and peat-mixture. I finished with sealant and peat.



I made the background in pieces and afterwards I placed it in the vivarium .

The corners were made with Polyurethane foam and finished the same way as the pvc/rope.



After drying a few weeks I could begin planting the vivarium.




Result so far:





I love the idea of the sliding glass. How do you get the panes to fit tight enough to prevent the fruit flies from escaping?
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I love the idea of the sliding glass. How do you get the panes to fit tight enough to prevent the fruit flies from escaping?
There are some fruitflies that escape but it only happens when I feed too much.
You can close it with silicone strips.
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I have wondered the same thing about the slight gap in the Exos--but where would one find that product in the US??
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Sweet tank. All that work on the background and then the plants take over and hide it. It happened with mine as well.
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I'm new to this page/blog/forum? But I have to say ZOO's would be envious!!! How to you create something like it?? I want to make one and have some idea, but where do you get some of the supplies?
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Raf, its friday night and i have just realised i spent 45 mins going through the whole thread again..really inspiring!
if i did happen to live in belgium i d be certainly knocking at your door to enjoy it live!

i read you are using pl36w and that the height of the paludarium is 100cm...still i see that plants and even mosses at the bottom of the tank are doing well..could you tell me what is the distance between the pl lamps and ground level(emersed area) ?any glass between lamps and planted area?

are led lights being used these days for vivariums in the netherlands and/or belgium?

ciao and thank you again for this very interesting and useful thread
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Hi Nick,

Thanks for the compliments!

The distance between the bottom (groundlevel without water area) and the pl lamps is 80-90cm (31.5-35.4"). There is a glassplate between the lighthood and terrarium. I haven't got any reflective material above the lighting.

There are some that uses led but it's not useable with this heigth as main lighting.
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FANTASTIC tank!!! I think part of why it looks so great is that you overdid the amount vines and roots. Any less and it wouldn't look right. I bet that took forever! I'm going to model my 56 gallon column tank after this and we all know that copying is the sincerest form of flattery. :P

Before tackling this myself, I have a few questions (I read through all 40 pages of this thread so I'll try not to repeat any you already answered, but sorry if I do)

1: Do you find any of the plants having trouble getting a "deep" enough grip on the background to hold themselves up? I'm concerned about the broms being too heavy when full of water and the thin layer of peat not being enough for them to hold themselves up on.

2: When you were first making your "tree" do you think it would have been easier to cover the small vines separately and then attach them to the larger piece with more silicone and peat?

3: Do you think it would work to use foam pipe covers (aka pvc insulation) for the large root portions of the "tree" so the silicone sticks to it better than just pvc and it's easier to shape than having to heat pvc? (I plan on using just silicone and peat and building layers instead of messing with epoxy or concrete)

4: Did you sand/shave the foam before attaching the silicone? I've heard it can be too slick for silicone to stick to it well but I don't want to go through the trouble of sanding the entire background if it isn't necessary.

5: Having just left the saltwater hobby, I'm a little horrified that you said you had cyanobacteria in your tank... Does that happen often? What do you think caused it? I HATE that stuff!!!

Thanks!!
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1: Do you find any of the plants having trouble getting a "deep" enough grip on the background to hold themselves up? I'm concerned about the broms being too heavy when full of water and the thin layer of peat not being enough for them to hold themselves up on.
I don't notice any plants having problems holding up.

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When you were first making your "tree" do you think it would have been easier to cover the small vines separately and then attach them to the larger piece with more silicone and peat?
I find it easier to make the tree as one piece till I feel it's right. Working with silicon is a pain if you need to change something afterwards.

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3: Do you think it would work to use foam pipe covers (aka pvc insulation) for the large root portions of the "tree" so the silicone sticks to it better than just pvc and it's easier to shape than having to heat pvc? (I plan on using just silicone and peat and building layers instead of messing with epoxy or concrete)
I don't think foam pipe is easier to work with. How are you planning to make different shapes?
You can use only silicon but I find the compaktuna/flevopol mixture a bit better (more natural).

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4: Did you sand/shave the foam before attaching the silicone? I've heard it can be too slick for silicone to stick to it well but I don't want to go through the trouble of sanding the entire background if it isn't necessary.
I didn't sand it and don't notice any problem with it.

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5: Having just left the saltwater hobby, I'm a little horrified that you said you had cyanobacteria in your tank... Does that happen often? What do you think caused it? I HATE that stuff!!!
The cause of cyano is polluted water. I had a waterreservoir with stagnant water and put a airpump in it and it's a lot better since.
I have products to get rid of the cyano harmless for fish/frogs but you need to take on the cause.
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Raf,

Your viv is truly amazing!! You have given me great inspiration. Thanks so much for all the great detail and advice. I have read your entire thread twice and will not be one of those people that keeps asking you the same questions over and over. It seems you have already answered every possible question numerous times.

I plan on attempting this with epoxy as you have stated you would do if you started over. I plan on posting here with some US products that may work well too if you don't mind.

I plan on making a small version in a 12x12x18 vivarium for the frogs and then something different in my 40 breeder that the turtles are in. If those go well, I plan on custom building something much larger but I already have too many hobbies as is Cars, SW reef tanks, photography and guns...

Please keep up the great photos and I cannot wait until you start your next one.

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This is gorgeous! Can't wait to see more pics when the plants really take off. Well done and great inspiration for future builds
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What can one say except superb!!! You really made it look natural both in shapes and colour/surface. Great job!

A question. Which Soudal-Fix All product did you use? I know there are several products out there and would like to know if the consistence is similiar to aquarium silicone? I assume something is better with Fix All, but what i wonder, wy did you decide to use this product?

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This Viv is just amazing!!! It has definitely given me a few ideas for my upcoming large viv build. Your attention to detail is awesome!
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A question. Which Soudal-Fix All product did you use? I know there are several products out there and would like to know if the consistence is similiar to aquarium silicone? I assume something is better with Fix All, but what i wonder, wy did you decide to use this product?
I used Fix All High Tack. The consistence is similar to aquarium silicone (maybe slightly harder).
I wanted a product easy to find, practical to use, something that is a bit flexible (to make vines). And Fix All has been used a lot before me so I knew it's safe.
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