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5 foot biotopish!

skoram

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You've almost got a complete ecosystem going on there - I'm very jealous. I was also interested in raising tree frogs but my wife would kill me! Any tadpoles yet?
 

rr16

Active Member
5 Year Member
No eggs with the tree frogs as far as I can see. They go into amplexus every week or two, but don't appear to lay any eggs.
 

rr16

Active Member
5 Year Member
Unfortunately, I've lost all the frogs over the last year. If I did it again, I'd have a higher hood. The tank is still going and the plants grow like crazy. I'm tempted to try poison darts in there, but there's mixed opinions on pdf and water!
 

rr16

Active Member
5 Year Member
The Spathyphyllum on the right was 45 inches from the crown to the tip of the flower.
 

rr16

Active Member
5 Year Member
Currently there are a pair of angelfish, 5 Laetacara dorsigera, a couple of Copella arnoldi, some Nannostomus eques, Emperor tetras, black schultzi corydoras and Corydoras napoensis.
 
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