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Here are a few pictures of my current build. A 36 x 18 x 18" exo terra, for Ameerega trivitata.

The base layer is filter foam, then pea gravel, then a thick layer (about 1.5 - 2" ) of leaf litter.

Background is silicone and peat moss.

Not a ton of plants in the tank, and likely will stay that way for the most part. Prioritizing open space for these large , athletic frogs.

Wood Rectangle Gas Facade Tints and shades

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Looks awesome! What locale/color will you be putting in there? Also you should consider adding an alocasia or verrucosum!
 

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Nice! I have to get my hands on some Ameerga sometime soon. I have a few quarantine enclosures ready at all times, in case I fall in love with some frogs. I think there is something to be said for large-leafed plants in enclosures for large dendrobatids. It provides more vertical space while being pliable, so when they jump they don’t hit their heads. I think some larger philodendrons would make the space more usable for the frogs. However, as I mentioned, I have never kept Ameerga. The tank looks great :)
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Based upon my expense with Ameerega bassleri and Ameerega pepperi, they are very likely to enjoy the shaded area on the left side under the cork and use it as their primary "hiding spot".
 
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