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Is there a plant that is bushy that I can mount on this huge cork tube?
I will have a couple more hroms on there but looking for sone epiphitic plants that will mount to it that us at least leafy
I have a a hoya cornosa planted just at the base of the piece of drift wood that I intend to trellis up and across
Also I have these plants left to plant in there in
kalanchoe daigremontiana
Begonia cucullata
California poppy
Agleonema commutatum (will go in left corner)
 

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I would leave the wood unplanted ... The frogs need places to sit/perch/etc.
Cool. I was wondering that. This tank will house 4 standard leuks
They have a huge area behind that tube it's a cave that runs the whole back of the tank
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I would leave the wood unplanted ... The frogs need places to sit/perch/etc.
Yes! Hey check out the insitu thread of dendrobates in native habitat. As well as Fishingguys vivs which are realistic and frog - designed.

That cork is a superb activity and repose surface. An excellent place to hunt flies and to call ones heart out.
 

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If you're still taking suggestions, I would not add the kalanchoe daigremontiana to your viv. It's a plant that's more suited to a rocky/dry habitat than that of the humid environments we try to provide for these frogs. If I were you, I would look into a species of Philodendron. Get something with nice big leaves that will help keep your humidity up and also give your frogs more areas to explore.
 
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