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RE: Mossy tree frogs

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Posted by: Slaytonp at Fri Nov 2 19:23:48 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Slaytonp ]  
   

Here are two more photos showing the entire tank from the left corner and the central aquarium portion. The white stuff under the water is Great Stuff which now has sphagnum over it and is being colonized rather quickly with Ricca. The brownish coloration is tannins from the tree fern fiber. Since this photo, I've done a couple of partial water changes to lighten this for better fish viewing. I have some small Mountain Mahogany logs that I could put in there for easier egress to land, if needed. I use this in the other paludarium with orange galactonotus darts who often jump in to catch fruit flies off the floating leaves. )The Mountain Mahogany is extremely dense and doesn't deteriorate rapidly, and neither does it float, so makes a nice submerged bridge from water to land.)

Anyway, give me your honest opinions on this. I'm fishing for ideas at this point.




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Patty
Pahsimeroi, Idaho

Dendrobates: auratus blue, auratus Ancon Hill, tinctorius azureus, leucomelas. Phyllobates: vittatus, terribilis, lugubris. Epipedobates: anthonyi tricolor pasaje. Ranitomeya fantastica, imitator, reticulata. Adelphobates castaneoticus, galactonotus. Oophagia pumilio Bastimentos. (updated systematic nomenclature)


   

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