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Is this a good tank for a dart frog? I was looking at the 12x12x18 size since I don't have much space available at the moment. If it is suitable, what species would go good with this size tank? Also, is there any modifications I would need to do to it if it isn't a good choice out of the box.
 

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need to replace the screen with glass, and the tank would be ok for thumbnails but i wouldnt recomend them as first frogs
 

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Those are great tanks. You just have to make sure you seal up all the holes bc darts WILL escape. Theres a thread on here on how to convert your exoterra. Ill find it later if someone else dosent
 

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Like most people I had to decide ZooMed or Exo-terra. After reading a ton of post, I decide to go Exo-terra. It was down to one door or two. I am so glad that I went with two doors (Exo-terra). It's very nice to be able to keep one door closed while feeding or spraying.

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so I've decided I'm going to use my 40b instead. It was a reef tank, but I just broke it down tonight as I was going to in the future anyway when my 225 goes up. Are there any kits for this size tank or do I just have to get some glass cut for it? I'd like to do a waterfall also in it and I'm going to try some thumbnails. I like R. variabilis so I'll do some research on that species. The way to set up the circulating water and drainage is still a little confusing to me. Could someone show me a link to a good read on how to set something like this up? This whole terrarium thing is a lot more different than my reefing habits :)
 
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