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  1. Beginner Discussion
    Hello everyone Apologies in advance if this isn't the best place to ask - please feel free to let me know and remove this post if not. My 18x18x24" (45x45x60cm) Frogs&Co vivarium has been planted and cycling for 7 weeks. I've been advised to avoid Dendrobates as they will likely require a...
  2. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    Hi everyone After a time away from this hobby for reasons of life, I have managed to settle down and I come back more eager than ever. My first project, "Green roots", is a 30x30x50cm terrarium for a sexed pair of ranitomeyas. I have used a special terrarium prepared for amphibians from a...
  3. Plants
    I wanted to get a larger bromeliad for my breeding R. imitator “Tarapoto” pair to deposit their tadpoles in, & bought a Neo punctatissima rubra x Hannibal brom for them. It’s big & beautiful, but HOLY cow this thing looks like it could do some damage. Could I trim the spikes with a sharp pair...
  4. Beginner Discussion
    Hello! Well, I am sure glad I found this amazing resource of a website! Such amazing people and info! Alright then - A little about me. I have been caring for a variety of reptiles for about 15 years now. I recently, a year ago, got into amphibians - specifically dart frogs! I've become...
  5. Parts & Construction
    I have an InSitu Alto that I’m wanting to tear down and rebuild. I originally made the classic mistake of putting too much chunky hardscaping and broad-leafed plants up top, blocking the bottom half of the tank from getting adequate light and misting. It’s a pretty expensive viv to just leave...
  6. General Discussion
    Hi, I'm wanting a Ranitomeya species for a group enclosure. I'm wanting 4 maybe 5 frogs in it. I personally prefer the Reticulata, but I do also like the Variabilis Southern as a close second. To help with my final choice, does anybody have any experience or just knowledge about how well both...
  7. Ranitomeya
    I’m a beginner here, still reading through the board about keeping PDF’s. So i stumble across ranitomeya family, really like the pattern and colors on them and start reading about them in here. And somehow, i’m kinda interested to know to about one thing, how large of a vivarium for these guys...
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    Ranitomeya variabilis "Southern" in bromeliad
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    Ranitomeya fantastica "lowland"
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    Ranitomeya fantastica "Lowland"
  11. Parts & Construction
    Intro Here's the build log of my overly-ambitious, very expensive, potentially unrealistic but very enjoyable project. The goal was to create a display Paludarium that united the worlds of aquascaping and vivaria, in an environment famous for accommodating both practices. I have always loved...
  12. 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...
  13. 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...
  14. General Health & Disease Treatment
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