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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 in black. I will be using the GS/coco fiber method. I have a piece of driftwood I found next to a river I used to live by. It has been cleaned, thoroughly. I also have an awesome stump piece I acquired at a local aquarium store. Pictures will be in the next post as I am having trouble with my phone syncing so I will have to break out the nice camera. I am planning on a type of arboreal species, probably a form of Ranitomeya. I plan on taking my time and doing this right as I want this to be a display tank. That being said, it will probably not be occupied until the spring to give it time to grow in as I slowly try to acquire plants through the winter... Don't know how well this will work, considering shipping with snow and all, but I'll do my best. I will be posting pics momentarily after this post. Thanks for checking it out and hope to have updates often!
 

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I will use GS to make ledges and add veticality. Also, that light is just temporary for working on it. Still deciding on my fixture setup. Any suggestions welcome, if not, I will probably go with an exo good.
 

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Looking good! I love that stump...may make a road trip to your house and bring it home with me. I'm anxious to see some updates....made any headway lately? :D
 
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