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I'm just getting started up and am working a 46 bowfront as my first/main tank. I've got a ten gallon laying around that I thought of making it into a ten gallon vert. Is a ten vert too small for a pair of any frogs, as it seems to me it would be?
 

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It depends on what species you plan on keeping. Thumbs do fine in a 10g vert, and my anthonyi breed like rabbits in their 10g vert so they must be doing well.
 

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I have eyed a few thumbnail species I had thought of putting in a 10 vert, but I intend to start with tincs in my 46 bowfront. I want to get springtails and fruit flies going well. Once I feel the tincs I intend to get are happy, I hope to ease into thumbnails.
 

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I've seen a lot of people keep pairs in 10 verts w/ their thumbs, I personally keep my pairs in 20verts, and use 10verts for grow out tanks for froglets. 10gal vert is a fun size, and though I used to swear they were horrible, I've grown to like they ( the space factor is nice)
 
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