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it has been ages since i updated my build thread since i have essentially finished building it. this will be the thread that i use to update changes in my large in wall viv that i started building last november. i will post multiple pics of the different stages of growth in this tank. i am open for discussion on any matter but would prefer not to be nagged by anti mixing folks. i respect your opinion on the matter but i am not looking for advice on the matter.
the first set of pics is from when the viv was first enclosed and frogs were added.



 

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the next set of pics is from febuary of this year. first pic shows one of my 4 luecs climbing around. the frogs all climb but from most common to least high up in the branches i would list leucs, bakhuis, auratus, vittatus. with the vittatus rarely leaving the ground and never going up into the high branches.

bakhuis on the floor.

this has to be the highest my P. vittatus has ever climbed. its a good 18 inches up.

this is the dominant female vittatus' main territory. she will run other frogs out of this corner of the viv.
 

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But...umm... How do you get any work done?!?!:confused:

That is large and I am very envious! What do you have in there? Is the stone wall also a water feature, I can't quite tell. Good work the tank looks real nice:)
 

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sick looking enclosure. I would actually have avoided mixing those species in place of a biotope (that tank would be amazing for a terrestrial species, an arboreal species and a nocturnal glass frog species, such as vittatus/lugubris, granuliferous/pumilio, and H. valerioi...but in any case, fantastic construction.
 

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at frog day i purchased 2 Ameerga pepperi. they have been doing well with the origenal inhabitants.


i also added 4 bora ridge vents.


 

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Pretty damn amazing! I can't imagine the time and effort that went into this. Any calling or breeding going on!? Is there any water features in that jungle or artifical deposition sites?
 

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:eek: HOLY....WOW!!!.....I don't even know what to say other than that.
 

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Hey Steve if you have any more room I should get you one of these Hoffmania (the deep burgundy plant in this photo) bushes that I have here. This could be a cool addition. It has such lush velvety foliage.

 
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