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Whats the inhabitants? Very good!
in the first tank 1.1 oophaga pumilio black jeans
1.1 d. tinc; azureus
en maybe 1.1 terribilis in the future
in the rack upper left 2.3 ph. lugubris
upper right2.2.3 pumilio robalo
under left 0.3.0 azureus soon 1.1 and 0.2 wil be sold or traded for1.0
under right1.2 ran. amazonicus
not on photo but lowest left 0.0.3 tinc. matecho
en i got curverboxes with over 0.0.10 lugubris and still lots of tadpoles of diverent clutches
0.0.1 azureus probably male 10 months old

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Idk if I would consider those paludariums tho
Yeah they have water but barely.
Every paludarium I've seen have a good bit of water...
Looks like vivariums with puddles.
Lots of people have vivariums with more water and are still concidered vivariums.
Not trying to be desrespectful....I'm just saying
This is a paludarium....

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Idk if I would consider those paludariums tho
Yeah they have water but barely.
Every paludarium I've seen have a good bit of water...

Paludarium Definition via google:

A paludarium is a type of vivarium that incorporates both terrestrial and aquatic elements.
so anything with even a pond, would techniquely be considered a palu...
 

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Paludarium Definition via google:
so anything with even a pond, would techniquely be considered a palu...
Yet google pics and see what you get....
I read the definition before I posted that...
If you click my build in my signature is that a paludarium?...no, and it has more water then some of those....especially when I fill it up over the gravel...
I guess it's just personal oppinion but I would consider anything a paludarium unless it had atleast 3" or more of water with live aquatic plants. You can't just throw a puddle in there and call it a paludarium.

Anyone else not really see these as true paludariums?
 
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Yet google pics and see what you get....
I read the definition before I posted that...
If you click my build in my signature is that a paludarium?...no, and it has more water then some of those....especially when I fill it up over the gravel...
I guess it's just personal oppinion but I would consider anything a paludarium unless it had atleast 3" or more of water with live aquatic plants. You can't just throw a puddle in there and call it a paludarium.

Anyone else not really see these as true paludariums?
why even worry about if it's a palu or not? looks great either way!
 

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Idk if I would consider those paludariums tho
Yeah they have water but barely.
Every paludarium I've seen have a good bit of water...
Looks like vivariums with puddles.
Lots of people have vivariums with more water and are still concidered vivariums.
Not trying to be desrespectful....I'm just saying
This is a paludarium....

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A paludarium with a lot of water is actually a riparium, according to the Euros.
 
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A paludarium with a lot of water is actually a riparium, according to the Euros.
Riparium usually only have plants tho. They have open tops for the plants to grow out.
I've never seen riparium really with any kind of inhabitants except for fish in the water.

boabab95,
I agree they do look awesome :)
 

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one month later.
some things are changed but it still needs some time.
i already found a clutch of 11 and 5 from my pum. black jeans
and a clutch of 5 of the azureus

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