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    The tank is growing in beautifully, btw. Didn't want to forget to mention how striking the tank is


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    0.0.2 Dendrobates Tinctorius 'Powder Blue'
    0.0.2 Ranitomeya Variabilis 'southern'
    0.0.3 Epipedobates Anthonyi 'zarayunga'
    1.2.0 Phyllobates bicolor
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    Thanks , hopefully I will figure out the species someday.
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    That is looking fabulous!! Great job!
    2.0.3 Hyla versicolor "Eastern Gray Tree Frogs"
    2.2.0 Agalychnis callidryas "Red Eyed Tree Frogs"

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    I think I'll blush, it's just very amateur tank that has many flaws Like humidity issue, my cooling system for lights tends to dry out air in tank.
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    Wow I love it. Very well done on the tank, plants, frogs, and babies!!
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    0.0.2 - D. Tinctorius 'Sipaliwini'
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    0.0.4 - Terribilis 'Mint'
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    Neoregelia (probably) is in full bloom
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    Ok, I'll admit, the flower is beautiful! Still hate broms though. Lol

    What's goin on with the humidity? Anything we can help with?


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    0.0.10 Phyllobates Vittatus
    0.0.3 Phyllobates Terribilis 'Mint'
    0.0.3 Dendrobates Tinctorius 'Patricia'
    0.0.5 Dendrobates Leucomelas
    0.0.2 Dendrobates Tinctorius 'Powder Blue'
    0.0.2 Ranitomeya Variabilis 'southern'
    0.0.3 Epipedobates Anthonyi 'zarayunga'
    1.2.0 Phyllobates bicolor
    0.0.3 Dendrobates tinctorius 'azureus'
    0.0.1 Avicularia Avicularia
    0.0.1 Gramastola porteri
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    My twin 30W LED bulbs were generating too much heat and temperature in higher levels of tank was almost 33C. So I used two old computer 40mm fans to cool it down.
    I think I solved it out by now, fans are rearanged from ventilation net to the front of bulbs and I'm testing humidity levels. Maybe I'll buy fogger if this won't work.
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    Frogsies are doing well, I'll probably transfer them to the paludarium next week.
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    Really long time since last update, hope someone still remember me.
    In late February, there was some illnes in the air that all my tads and froglets except one (in three separate tanks (every tank with their own food source) died within 3 days) died (and except adults, they are doing great and prosper), I was sad because this for a time, but cared much more for a rest of frogs. But Last Mohycan prevailed and now he's happily in paludarium and devours every kind of insect he can find.
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    And there is Mohycan, chilling on a leaf
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    Some quick update. Frogs had some eggs in the October and frogsies are doing great in their juvenile tank.
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    And I also got two beautiful Leucs. I'm still surprised how they are bold and active, climbing on the roots, getting occasional bath in bromeliads...
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