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Water Feature Basics and Tips

by EMCookjb on March 12th, 2016 at 06:56 PM
Quote Originally Posted by deranged chipmunk View Post
This thread will be about something i get many questions on, water features. now, this isn't really a complicated thing to do, and there is not a single way to do it, but there are some things that need to be considered when designing and building one. and those are the things i will go over in this section.

a water feature can be as simple or as elaborate as you choose to make it, but every water features have the same common parts. a water reservoir, a pump and some tubing. that

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CA & Vitamin Dusting Schedules

by EMCookjb on January 23rd, 2015 at 09:17 PM
Here are my CA/D3 dusting schedules to help out those that are new to frog husbandry. Since baby, juvenile, and adult frogs have different needs according to their growth stage; several schedules are provided. Some experienced members do use one additional CA/D3 dusting per week and if you want to follow that rotation will have to modify the information provided. This schedule is provided as a guide. Feel free to move things a bit in order to accommodate your work, study, or life commitments

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Environmental control questions

by EMCookjb on January 21st, 2015 at 09:04 PM
John you sir are asking all the right questions and I can tell you it is a breath of fresh air for us to see someone so invested in making the tank right the first time. Bill taught me much of what I know about tanks and is a great person and a great tool to use to help guide you in making good choices.

On my 40b vertical tank (it houses 4 Azureus) we use a standard aquarium top on it. No ventilation what so ever. Keeping the humidity around 90% isn't as hard as it seems. It does generate

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Temp and Humidity

by EMCookjb on January 21st, 2015 at 03:31 PM
Well, I don't know about all that "expert" talk lol
Yes, for darts, a humidity of 90+% is required. Temps in the mid to lower 70's. You should never allow them to go over 80. That's a death knell for darts.


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Environmental control questions

by EMCookjb on January 20th, 2015 at 04:10 PM
Quote Originally Posted by deranged chipmunk View Post
I had the same issue. I refuse to drill holes in my 125. I just couldn't bring myself to do it. Lol So I just went with hidden tubing. Well, as much hiding as you can do in a 4 sided, viewable tank.
Sponge under the drainage layer
Tubing up and out of the tank.

Valve at the end to prevent the

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