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Old 01-18-2013, 07:54 AM
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I like SI's, and I've been keeping my eyes open for a few, but.....at the same time, I dont want to put seventy five dolalrs worth of frogs into a Seven hundred dollar build.
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Well, I like Si's, actually been looking for a few lately. But....I dont want to put seventy five dollars worth of frogs in a tank I've put well over 700 into.
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What do you think about pumilio? Pumilio can be a good addition to your collection. I have some Epipedobates anthonyi "Highland" (beautiful frogs) and only males climb, the female rarely.
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Old 01-18-2013, 09:48 AM
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Well, I've been thinking about pumilio for awhile. Prices on them are just so ridiculous though. I JUST ripped all the broms outta this tank too. I really dont wanna have to put broms back in. But, I really would like to do soem Basti's in the future, but I'm thinking in an 18 x 18 x 24 exo terra or zoo med
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How about Southern Variablilis?
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Currently, the tank is housing all my odds and ends stuff I don't have paired up. Yes, a few people will frown upon this, but they're all clean animals that I've had for awhile.

(2) male UE E. Anthonyii "Zarajunga"
(2) Female Leucs (standard)
(1) Male Surninam Cobalt Tinctorius
(1) Subadult unsed Tinctorius "azureus"

And, I will update shortly, Lots of new cool epiphytic ferns and begonias.
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What's the larger shingling species next to the Marcgravia in pic 5? Looks very lush, hope you'll post more pics!
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If your talking about climbing up the driftwwod, its Marcgravia rectifolia and marcgravia umbellata. On the tree fern panels is Rhaphidophora korthalsii (mostly).
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