Awesome! Thanks, I can't wait to try it out! As far as the filter foam goes, I can't recall what brand it is, but I pick it up at Lowes. The light is a "Marineland LED Aquarium Light" from Petsmart, its the perfect size for 10 gallon verts...Great stuff! I was going to try out some corkbark, but I ended up doing my usual touch 'n foam. I'll be sure to have you as a beta tester! I'm also trying out some Matala filter foam as a false bottom. Which foam are you using? And what light is that? It looks pretty thin!
What did you use to thin the silicone? I want to try the ground-up moss thing on the vines and background.I didn't bother using any screening material on top of the Matala, which is sort of what you are using--water penetrated readily, but the soil did not. Recently tore down that tank because I was curious about what was going on before I use the material again...no smell, no nothing...was pretty interesting. Got the material from "Frograck"-- The tank did stay a bit, just a bit, drier than the other traditional ones...but never saw any amount of drainage that had to be drawn off.. Love the wood in the viv you have, and the vines you've made. I took a spice grinder and ground up moss and mixed it with silicone thinned down and "painted" it onto the vines...makes a good start for moss growth...what you've done looks really good....keep the pictures coming...and what frogs are you planning on????