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Main works.

I got same unit of a cube with 50cm (19.6in).
Dimentions can be found here http://www.dendroboard.com/forum/members-frogs-vivariums/74371-project.html



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Siliconing EpiWeb





PVC pipe tubes for false bottom.
Simple EggCrate as false bottom.



First tries of mounting the logs.



silicone + cocofiber, very simple.





Adding some lianas.
Technique is popular now a days :) Same as the last build http://www.dendroboard.com/forum/members-frogs-vivariums/74371-project.html

 

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Planting of greenery

I made a gravel strip before front glass



Upper view. Gravel, EpiWeb can be ssen. On the right there is aquariun substrate for planting, i got bad growth in simple barck mix.



Just a front shot.



Right part.





Left part.





And here goes the bottom.

 

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I'm thinking about kepeeng here 2-4 A. Galactonotus.
What do you think will this tank siut them? I mean is there enough space for them to climb?
Actually the tank is really deep and full of curved wood.


 

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I like it a lot. I would be all too tempted to drop a more terrestrial thumbnail pair in there like some summersi :D That would be sick!
Good luck it looks amazing and will only continue to get better.
Will
 

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In this viv I have only two bromeliads - thought taht A. Galactonotus won't use them as much as Thumbnails do. So it was the plan.
So A. Galactonotus won't benefit in such sloping hardscape?
 

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Have no luck with Ranitomeya in total. They parished two weeks after arrival. So changed to other species.
 
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