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i got one of the exo's flat Faunariums - 40(L) x 24(W) x16 (H) cm - i was thinking - could i house 1 or maybe 2 FBT in it, or any other type of amphib? or is it rlly too small for anything??

...also, got a exo 30x30x30 cm cube... can that hold any amphib for it's hole life?? or is tht too small for anything aswell??

just get anoyed that these vivs are sitting in my room not doing anything ! lol

thanks in advance :)
 

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i got one of the exo's flat Faunariums - 40(L) x 24(W) x16 (H) cm - i was thinking - could i house 1 or maybe 2 FBT in it, or any other type of amphib? or is it rlly too small for anything??

...also, got a exo 30x30x30 cm cube... can that hold any amphib for it's hole life?? or is tht too small for anything aswell??

just get anoyed that these vivs are sitting in my room not doing anything ! lol

thanks in advance :)
Could maybe keep a couple of reed frogs in that- although I prefer taller. Might be ok for a pair or trio of dart frogs- I don't keep them, but there are plenty of experts on here.
 

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hmmm reeds are an idea, but like you say, probs not tall enoguh...

i love darts, but i'm guessing it would have to be thumbnails though, and im not sure if id'd be confident enough yet for them unfortuantly :/
but we'll see what people say :)
 

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Your 30x30x30 could happily house a pair of Epipedobates anthonyi without ever needing a upgrade in size as these are a good beginner dartfrog - it just depends on how good you are at culturing fruit flies as that would be the difficult part.
Maybe a pair of Kassina maculata for your 40x24x16 - as they are primarily a ground dwelling frogs so height is not really a concern. They only grow to around 3" nice and small yet large enough to watch them run all over your viv...kinda cute...yet different :)
 

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awsum, well i'll defently look into those darts a bit more :) thanks a lot.

hmm not sure bout the Kassina maculata though lol, not my kinda frog :/ but thanks a lot anyway :)
 

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Your 30x30x30 could happily house a pair of Epipedobates anthonyi without ever needing a upgrade in size as these are a good beginner dartfrog - it just depends on how good you are at culturing fruit flies as that would be the difficult part.
Maybe a pair of Kassina maculata for your 40x24x16 - as they are primarily a ground dwelling frogs so height is not really a concern. They only grow to around 3" nice and small yet large enough to watch them run all over your viv...kinda cute...yet different :)
Oh wow, I had one of those many years ago- bought it from Xenopus Ltd, lol. are they still available?:flrt:
 

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Yeah you can still pick them up here in Surrey...noisy lil buggers lol
 
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