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Discussion in 'Paludariums' started by jamest0o0, Apr 30, 2008.

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  1. jamest0o0

    jamest0o0 Elite Member

    What do people keep in paludariums?
     
  2. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Any sort of small animals that won't destroy your decorating job. A paludarium is just an aquarium that is set up with both land and water portions,
     
  3. Rich

    Rich Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Many people set out to create paludariums for varying amphibian species. Since they can be planted heavily, they make beautiful enclosures when done correctly. Many amphibians stay relatively small which makes it easier to maintain the planted structure without the animal destroying it.
     
  4. The JD

    The JD Elite Member

    Aren't these idea for most frogs? PDF's especially?
     
  5. schlegelbagel

    schlegelbagel Frog Lover Premium Member

    to answer your question, they work best with animals who are semi-aquatic.

    Here is mine for my fire belly toads

    They work great for newts and salamanders too.

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  6. titus

    titus Elite Member Premium Member

    Most frogs would be Ok but you really need to watch the water level. I would stay away from tree and dart frogs they really aren't good swimmers and will drowned in deep water.
     
  7. SurvivorSteph

    SurvivorSteph Subscribed User Premium Member

    PDFs are not aquatic, they're terrestrial. Water features inside a PDF enclosure needs to be kept small, shallow, and easily escapable.
     
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