A couple of years on from their release of stepped waterfall tanks, ADA's put out one integrated vertical drip-wall design and a larger modular one. The open front isn't great for my purposes, but there are a couple of interesting ideas here. Setup videos:
Hello all, I am new to the forum as a member but have been reading for a while. I am about to start a 36" x 18" x 24" Exo Terra vivarium build and I have a few questions. I have searched the forum but have mixed answers, so here goes.
1) Waterfall, drip wall, pond or none? Why?
2) Great stuff...
Right after someone with a bit of knowledge of waterfalls and drip walls in vivs.
I wanted to make a drip wall for my new day gecko tank as i read they like to drink moving water rather than static water, so got a water pump (pictured) and tried it out, but as my viv is so tall (90cm) its not...
I've finished two new prototypes and wanted to show them off! These clearly aren't dart frog tanks but I figured the construction section would be a cool place to showcase this. The first is a desktop aquarium with the filter outflow that connects to a drip wall.Here is a preview...
If humidity is maintained by misting, should a vivarium still have a water feature (pond, waterfall, drip wall...)?
What should one keep in mind when building a water feature?
WhAt should one avoid with water features?
I am building an 18"x24"x24" tall Exo Terra Vivarium to be the future home of a Azureus dart frog couple.
First, I want to thank Raf for sharing information on how he built his tank.
(you can see his build thread HERE)
Here's what I started out with:
Just to give anyone an idea on how much a...
I thought a Repti Flo 100 would pump water up about 12 inches and be sufficient to supply a drip line, since it supposed to run an 8" waterfall, but it's not - any recommendations on decent, reliable pumps? I'm constructing a new 45g and want to mkae sure my pump will run.
:) Thanks :)