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New Viv!

Discussion in 'Poison Dart Frogs' started by sp1jp, Apr 13, 2014.

  1. sp1jp

    sp1jp Member

    Hey guys, Just set up a new viv with an Exo terra a friend gave me for free. Went to an expo today and spent under 100 bucks. Was thinking of putting a few BumbleBees Or a pair of Azorius babies in it.

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  2. JoeyG

    JoeyG Subscribed User Premium Member

    Very nice set up. I love dart frogs! Look forward to see what you put in it
     
  3. Poison

    Poison Elite Member

    Great looking setup. It should do well as a grow out enclosure for most species.
     
  4. sp1jp

    sp1jp Member

    Thank's guys! It's only a 12x12x18 So only froglings for now. Saw some at the expo but were a tad to expensive. 90 bucks for an azureus baby... It's my first time using live moss.. I just soaked it in the sink under running water and dried it out a bit. Hope that's all I need to do to get it going again.
     
  5. pjrojo

    pjrojo Subscribed User Premium Member

    That's a pretty nice set up you have, What size is it? You need about 5 gallons per frog
     
  6. sp1jp

    sp1jp Member

    I'm not sure how many gallons. Its a 12x12x18 Exo terra. I was almost thinking a little dwarf day gecko could go in it instead of some darts.
     
  7. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Gallon capacity is figured:
    LxWxH/231
    so your Exo terra is 11.22 gallons
     
  8. sydneygrace

    sydneygrace Member

    Really nice little viv! Looking forward to seeing the plants grow out a bit as well as future inhabitants. :) Good job!
     
  9. aeral

    aeral Elite Member

    Looks like a splendid little setup. :)
     
  10. Leolover14

    Leolover14 Member

    Wow thats a beautiful tank! What plants did you use in the vivarium? They look amazing!
     
  11. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    The original poster hasn't been back since May but I can help. The yellow and green plant is a croton, the one behind it is a dieffenbachia and the taller multi leaved one is a schefflera . I believe that the moss is s Selaginella. I am not sure on the smaller leaves in the background.
     
  12. Leolover14

    Leolover14 Member

    great! thank you for the info!
     

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