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My D. ventrimaculatus Vivarium....


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Posted by Derek Benson on April 22, 2003 at 16:27:48:

In Reply to: My D. ventrimaculatus Vivarium.... posted by Double J on April 22, 2003 at 11:42:55:

:Hello all, here is a link to a pic of my Dendrobates ventrimaculatus vivarium. Though they are not ruly treefrogs, they are arboreal dart frogs. The vivarium is still incomplete at the moment, so I am open to any suggestions. Here are the vivarium specs:
:Size: approx. 18 gallons
:Lighting: Two 6500k screw-in compact fluorescents
:Current Plants: Unknown bromeliad, draceana, java moss, unknown mossy fern (on logs), fittonia. I may add some philodendrons
:Bottom : Gravel bottom
:Planting mix: coco-fiber (eco-earth), peat, shredded sheet moss, sand, partially composted oak leaves, fir bark
:Ground cover: Mossy fern (unsure on exact species), oak leaf litter
:Future Occupants: 4 Dendrobates ventrimaculatus (from Mark Pepper)
:Status: Incomplete
:Feel free to come forward with any questions, comments, or suggestions. Thanks, and enjoy the pic.
:Double J


Nice viv Double J. I like the huge brom and moss covered logs.

Derek


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