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    Averhoeven
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    Just finished building a paludarium for these guys:


    Looks like this:

    or this in HDR:

    or this under moonlights at night:


    Built the rock waterfall and tree buttress from scratch.

    Figured I would share since this is a tree frog friendly area even though I put the actual build thread up on Dendroboard. Hope you liked it.

    Build thread: http://www.dendroboard.com/forum/mem...ld-thread.html

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    Nice. Welcome to the forum

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    Very nice viv! I'm sure they will be very happy in there, they looked great in the picture, by the way.
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    Very nice and thanks for sharing the build and pics.
    1.0.0 Red Eyed Leaf/ Frog - Agalychnis callidryas
    1.1.1 Bumblebee Dart Frog - Dendrobates leucomelas
    1.1.0 Dendrobates truncatus - Yellow Striped
    1.1.1 Dendrobates tinctorius Bakhuis Mountain
    1.1.0 - Dendrobates tinctorius - Powder Blue
    1.1.0 - Ranitomeya vanzolinii

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    larry b
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    Nice viv and frogs.

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    Just put the frogs in the tank this morning. Here are some pics I took as they were settling in. Taken with a brand new (just bought it yesterday) 70-300mm Nikkor so most were actually taken from across the room so as not to disturb them!

    All the frogs are in this shot, see if you can find them!


    No frogs in these, just neat plants:




    Hangin out, just some frogs on a log



    I'm bailin this joint:



    You lookin at me?

    Just chillin:

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    GREAT pictures Averhoeven!!! Your frogs look like they're just loving their luxury apartment home. XD

    I think I found all of them in the first picture, you have four, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kisa View Post
    GREAT pictures Averhoeven!!! Your frogs look like they're just loving their luxury apartment home. XD

    I think I found all of them in the first picture, you have four, right?
    Five, try again!

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    Tried again, and here are the results. >>

    DO NOT look at this if you still want to try to count the frogs, this gives away their locations. >>

    http://i1194.photobucket.com/albums/.../photohunt.jpg
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    Averhoeven
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    Haha, that's awesome! And yes, you got them.....

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    WOW! I LOVE your set up! Makes me want to get working more on mine, problem is all that stuff cost a lot of $ and I already spent so much on a new terrarium. Now I kind of regret not going with a water bottom terrarium!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immortal View Post
    WOW! I LOVE your set up! Makes me want to get working more on mine, problem is all that stuff cost a lot of $ and I already spent so much on a new terrarium. Now I kind of regret not going with a water bottom terrarium!
    Yeah, cost way more than I had planned on. And don't be so sure about the palu thing... might end up being more trouble that it's worth.

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