New camera, New photo's of my finished and planted vivarium. Things have only been planted for about a week and a half now. Had one Croton tragedy that didn't make it through the transplant. So it's still a little bare yet. All enclosed with 2 vents on each side 4" above the substrate level. 1 CHE for day time temps. And one Fluorescent Plant Growth Bulb. There is 80 Gallon's of living space (minus the branches and plants, which is these guys actual home of course.) Internal dimensions are 22" L x 30" W x 28" H. Built from raw materials. Left side with my Ivy plant thriving in the warm humid climate. This side also housed the Croton that died. I will have a tall growing plant on this side yet. And will add branches as well. Here is a more colorful shot, Started adding some vine's and things I've purchased. Waiting for the plants to start filling in the spaces. Right side of the enclosure, This is the "small plant" wall. There is still one empty potter in the top right corner that needs to be filled. And the one in the back left corner is just growing a (what was tiny) Porthos. This will be filled with another small species of plant (green house trip soon.) Also my friend Brad down in the corner for decoration.(Have a bald buddy who looks similar haha) Now this is Whats Up! nothing to fancy up here, tile'd the ceiling and the CHE opening. Also there are Ledges on the back wall that will have "air plants" growing on them. (Viv's are never truly finished i dont think) And a photo of what I expect the view for the frogs to be most of the time. I made a fancy rock path and bought a nice shallow water dish. Also another Aztec decoration is in the back left corner. Just to keep things busy. All in All this has been another fun little project. Just impatient for things to grow up and fill out. Thanks for looking and any comments/improvements are welcome.