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  1. Parts & Construction
    Hey y'all. im just getting started in the hobby, I did tons of research and thought i had it mostly figured out but just found out otherwise after posting to a couple FB groups after getting my frogs yesterday. Ive been heating my Viv using a small reptile heating element and a temp controller...
  2. New Members Introductions
    I have a 10 gallon bioactive vertical tank that has been set up for a couple months and wanted to know how others heat their tanks. The room that I keep it in sits at 65 degrees all the time and is heated via baseboard heaters (not great for humidity) so I really only need to get a 10 degree...
  3. Beginner Discussion
    I'm just about to embark on building my first viv (probably for Darts). I've gone for an Exo Terra 60x45x90. I have read this may be too big for a first viv but I learnt from keeping tropical fish that it won't take long before I want to expand! I have some questions that I wouldn't mind some...
  4. Beginner Discussion
    Okay guys back again with a few questions. First off I have an 18x18x24 exo terra terrarium, with great stuff on the sides and background. I am completely re-doing the tank, except the background (have a nice vine growing up there). For the sides I would like to get tree fern plaques. I've seen...
  5. General Discussion
    So recently i have moved to a new house and living in the basement room where it probably only gets up to around 65 during the day and probably a little cooler at night. Im worried that it is a little too chilly for my pair of imitators (but my neurergus kaiseri sure are digging the cooler...
  6. Beginner Discussion
    So I have a new 12x12x18 viv for my auratus, and I'm starting to think about what I need to do to keep it warm come the winter time. Its been a bit chilly here recently so I currently just have an incandescent bulb hanging to the side of the tank, in addition to the normal CFL above in the hood...
  7. Beginner Discussion
    My frogs stay in my basement where the temps are kinda low and the sticky heat pad things i buy never last more than a week. currently I have an electric heating pad, I bought when I threw my back out, taped to the back of the tank. It works great but its UGLY, what should I do
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