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Old 21-05-2014, 09:28 AM
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Aha he`s cheating .


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So thatsssss how he gets the nice vivs

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Old 21-05-2014, 07:43 PM
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Just quick sneak peak image

Viv size is : 60cm high x 50cm wide x 40cm depth. False bottom , with aquarium heater, to heat up water.

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with the false bottom in place and the background mass used, from the original dimensions of the tank, what is the approx' size would you say this equates too now?
is this purposely built for a particular species in mind?
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with the false bottom in place and the background mass used, from the original dimensions of the tank, what is the approx' size would you say this equates too now?
is this purposely built for a particular species in mind?
Never asked so hard questions my self every tank have something on ground, but don`t think people calculate that size down, or they do?
Its still 50cm in length, false botom I believe is about 10cm, and baground not more than 3cm in some places and somwhere is about 15 cm including branches . But I still like to say 60*50*40
That tall viv perfect for pumilios or ranitomeya, but I will keep something else in here, don`t want to reveal secret yet )) .
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Old 24-05-2014, 11:48 AM
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Never asked so hard questions my self every tank have something on ground, but don`t think people calculate that size down, or they do?
Its still 50cm in length, false botom I believe is about 10cm, and baground not more than 3cm in some places and somwhere is about 15 cm including branches . But I still like to say 60*50*40
That tall viv perfect for pumilios or ranitomeya, but I will keep something else in here, don`t want to reveal secret yet )) .
it isn't meant to be a test, i'm just workin on the volume spec's for thought.
given these now and visually inspecting the viv, would you say this equals to a floor space of 32 x 32cm, say, cubed?

arboreal species, maybe at a guess as the inhabitants?
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I would say the background add more surface area then it uses up... for example if it was left bear not many frogs would use the space so all they would have is 40x50 floor area ... with the background im sure you have double the space to be used for the frogs and what can not be seen from the pic is ledges created by the wood at all levels and the ledges created by foam or something
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Old 24-05-2014, 10:24 PM
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Thanks grizzlymonkyboy for explaining )) !





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Plants came from http://www.dartfrog-...ute=common/home , thx Roland .
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Old 09-06-2014, 09:04 PM
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Hello everybody we almost finished viv and bought some nice frogs from Reptilia osset shop . Have look





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Whats the marcgravia on top of the coco hut? I have it but dont have the name.
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