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Hi all I'm new here and hopefully I will be bringing home a nice tinc in a month or so. I am planning on a vivarium using terrestrial growth from my aquariums which I already have growing in a terrarium, which consists of Hygrophila, Rotala, Java fern, Anubias, Cryptocoryne, Riccia, Ceratopteris, Hemianthus and some others, I will also be using Malaysian driftwood or Mopani since it won't mold in the moist enviroment. What do you guys think of this idea?
 

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Welcome. Sounds like you are on the right track. I live in the Grand Rapids area if I can help please feel free to send me a PM.
 

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Awesome thanks.

Here is what some of the growth looks like in my 10'' cube.

The tank looks really nice. A 10" cube is a little over 4 gallons. I am making the assumption that you will be doing a little bit bigger tank for your frogs. Even a well set up 10" cube would be on the small side for darts.
Doug
 

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The tank looks really nice. A 10" cube is a little over 4 gallons. I am making the assumption that you will be doing a little bit bigger tank for your frogs. Even a well set up 10" cube would be on the small side for darts.
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Absolutely, the cube was more of an experiment to weed the more difficult plants from the easy ones. I am going to be using a 10 gallon for the frog. I just need to propagate Riccia a bit faster.
 

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Absolutely, the cube was more of an experiment to weed the more difficult plants from the easy ones. I am going to be using a 10 gallon for the frog. I just need to propagate Riccia a bit faster.
I have found a method that works well for me when it comes to plants. I just toss a bunch into the tank and the ones that live become my favorites;)
Doug
 
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