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  1. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    Today I'd like to share with you my (nota bene) pet project - a biotope vivarium inspired by the Loreto region in Peru. All non-moss, non-algae plants, and vertebrate inhabitants, were demonstrated within the borders of the region. Sadly, it's not possible to realistically recreate a piece of...
  2. Plants
    So yesterday I had some time on my hands and decided to use an old used exo terra for a quick terrarium build. The goal was to use materials that I had lying around so I didn't need to buy any new materials for this build. I wanted to make it simple and quick so I didn't use any great stuff...
  3. Plants
    I am planning to build a Peru biotope tank that houses 2 imitators. I have already found some nice ferns orchids and creepers that grow in Peru. But so far the only bromeliad that I found is the neoregelia tarapotensis. I wonder if you guys can help me find some more bromeliads that grow in...
  4. General Discussion
    A few reference photos from the Pacific versant of Costa Rica in which all three of these species could be found.
  5. Parts & Construction
    Hello! Lurking for a long time, I'm here now. I've experience in keeping reptiles, this is my first terrarium: Gecko gekko (Tokay gecko) Enhydris chinensis (Chinese Rice Watersnake) I decided to make them a new enclosure. Months of reading dendroboard, planning and sketching. The new tank...
  6. Parts & Construction
    Sup Dendroboardees, I am in the beginning stages of a Madagascar biotope (or almost, maybe a few african species) viv. It is a 20 gallon long black rimmed aquarium, that i am converting into a vert. I already took the top glass out and siliconed a 6" (i think, something close) peice of...
  7. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    This tank all started with a hike in the woods. I was hiking with my girlfriend and we stumbled upon a Spring Peeper in some wetlands. Her and I were very excited and decided we would go home and put together a tank for him to live in. We temporarily housed him in a 5 gallon water bottle with...
  8. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    In talking with people who have traveled to areas of Central America and visited populations of D. auratus and O. pumilio, one of the things I noticed is there comments about how they would often find frogs in trash piles and among human debris (some of the highest population densities I've...
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