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  1. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    My first build was a 10 gallon vertical conversion, and for a variety of reasons it didn't work out. So, I got an In Situ Amazonia as it seemed like the best terrarium for a beginner and definitely worth the investment. For the background, I siliconed three panels of tree fern fiber. I didn't...
  2. Plants
    Hi, I'm building an 18x18x24 ExoTerra for hopefully 2-4 Ranitomeya species and working on filing in the hardscape. I want to make sure I have a lot of foliage and hiding spots, knowing these species are not often on the ground. I'll be allowing the plants to grow in for several months before...
  3. General Health & Disease Treatment
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  4. New Members Introductions
    Hi All, I am new to the board. I am a biology teacher and nature enthusiast and have recently begun my dart frog journey. I have just ‘finished’ my first bioactive 12x12x18 dart frog enclosure and am prepping it for a potential pair of Ranitomeya’s. I would love feedback and constructive...
  5. Parts & Construction
    Hi all! I’m starting a thread to document the construction of my 10g vert vivarium. I love the idea of making a small and ecosystem in my room. The design isn’t perfect, and nor is my construction, but I had fun making it. I’m hoping the viv will fit a pair of Ranitomeya, either imitator...
  6. Ranitomeya
    Hello! I am a hobbyist since 2016 and I am looking for a new challenge (now keeping only Dendrobates and Phyllobates species). I am looking into buying 0.0.5 Ranitomeya amazonica ” French Guiana” and Ranitomeya benedicta ”Shucushuyacu” each, who are around 4 months OOTW. Any tips or tricks that...
  7. New Members Introductions
    Hi, First of all, I am new here! I am looking to buy either ranitomeyas or dendrobates for a 18*12*24 long terrarium. I have already built a smaller one, 12*12*18 but decided not even ranitomeyas would be happy in it so I just kept it as decoration, to test humidity, temperature, acclimate...
  8. Beginner Discussion
    Hi! I'm a beginner in the hobby, or maybe not even that, as I don't yet have frogs. I have been planning a vivarium for years and just now got around to building it. It's not completely finished and definitely needs time to settle before I add frogs anyway, but I'm very excited to do so in maybe...
  9. Identification Forum
    Hi, Got 0.0.4 Benedicta 3 days ago, and was told they are around 8 months old. Trying to sex them, but have not heard any calls yet. I've tried a couple of times to play the call and wait for around 15 minutes in silence after, but the only results so far have been one of the frogs coming...
  10. New Members Introductions
    Hello everyone. I am new to the hobby and have already set up my viv. Maintaining temps is a big concern of mine and I’m working on narrowing down what frogs to keep. So far thinking ranitomeya or phyllobates.
  11. New Members Introductions
    Hi, I'm Dave. I currently keep 3 types of Ranitomeyas. I've been keeping them for about a year and a half. I'm currently working on foaming a 12x12x18 tank - first time. Nervous, but think it will work out. I plan on adding 3 of my Varaderos. I really like these thumbnails and hope to grow...
  12. New Members Introductions
    Are their any other good dart frogs to keep that are for beginners (other than dendrobates) I was thinking frogs along the line of raniteyas and other small dart frogs. I have a spare 12 x 12 x 18 and even though I think I'll get a bigger tank to accommodate a pair of dendrobates it would be...
  13. Beginner Discussion
    Hello froggers Have any of you observed troublesome fighting between Ranitomeya Variabilis (specifically trios, but really any amount) I am not concerned for mild play / mild bouts, I mean the kind of fighting that you need to separate frogs for. From what I can read, most Variabilis seem to...
  14. Beginner Discussion
    Hi everyone, I've long had a terrarium for growing some special types of plants and I figured, as the temperature and humidity are well-controlled, that I could put some frogs in there. Now the temperatures during the day are between 21-26 degrees during the day (summer closer to 26, winter...
  15. General Health & Disease Treatment
    Hi! I am from Mexico and I have 1.0.1 R. Variabilis "southern" The female in my perception is a little skinny, what do you think? Also, if it is skinny which would be your recommendation? Thabks
  16. Parts & Construction
    Hi guys! I've been lurking around the forums for a couple of years and doing research and I'm finally taking the dive in! I've been collecting supplies the past couple of weeks and have gotten a little done. I've completed the false bottom and have siliconed the back and a third of the sides...
  17. Vendor Deals
    Limited quantity of Banded Imitator Arrow Frogs in stock! On sale for $39.99 each! Order on our website - www.LLLReptile.com! -Jen
  18. Beginner Discussion
    Im planning to build a vivarium. It'll be 20" tall, 12" wide and 10" deep, and i will fill it up with bromeliads, orchids and other plants. But my question is: can i keep more than one species in it? I wanted to have one ortwo pairs of R. amazonica. But how about one pair of R. amazonica and one...
  19. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    Hey guys - so in the past weeks I've been working on this 55 gallon split build. I picked the tank up at the $1/gallon sale a little while back and have been putting it together ever since. It's my first real start to finish tank and it's intended to replace my old 55 gallon currently housing my...
  20. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    So it's finally happened:D Yesterday I went to a reptile show in Malmö and got myself a pair of Ranitomeya amazonica "French Guyana". I couldn't be happier, they are totally fearless and seems to have settled in already. The little buggers are so cute I can't stop smiling, I've been looking...
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