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Posted by Todd Evans on April 18, 2001 at 12:38:53:
In Reply to: Re: joining the society posted by BTL on April 18, 2001 at 11:38:17:
: i am going to allegheny college right now, up in meadville (bout an hour and a half up 79). all i have right now is a female veild chameleon, and my dad takes care of her while i am at school. in the past i have kept and bread alot of different amphibians but i had to sell most of my collecton off because of college. this summer i am getting a breeding group of Scaphiophyrne gottlebei. I can finaly start building my collection again because i am getting out of these wretchid dorms.
: What about you?
A member of the society, John Wood, keeps primarily amphibians, in fact, I think he ONLY has amphibians. His newt is the animal of the month this time. He has lots of frogs. All I have are 3 asian greenback frogs, a whites tree frog, and 2 horned leaf frogs. We keep them all in a paludarium made out of a 46 gallon bowfront, with 2 30 gallon aquariums on top....the middle one has the bottom broken out. It's an interesting display, totalling about 100 gallons vertically. In the 46 bowfront, we keep 5 fish, and have lots of rare plants in the uppermost parts, creating land areas. It's pretty neat, maybe I'll take a picture os it soon, and post it.