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Has anyone ever made a true paludarium with no real divider between land and water, just natural substrates under the water that run continuous up onto land?
 

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Thanks for linking to my journal :)

I did make the land parts by a combination of glass, and foam / tile grout / epoxy. Not really natural materials, but with a natural looking result. If you'd insist on really natural materials, you could use large pieces of stone / wood and peat or even clay. The main problem would be here that the materials would be natural, but the look most of the time won't - simple because natural banks and shores are not easily rebuilt in a tank.
 

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Thanks guys! I still can't really figure out what they used for substrate... Anyone know?
 

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tried it a long time ago with a 20 long and natural topsoil/clay mounds under gravel. ill tell you from my experience... that method doesn't work.... hahaah. Maybe something like volcanic rock would hold its shape long term
 
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