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4x2x2 tank being made to a display

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Posted by: varanid at Sat Oct 8 07:06:41 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by varanid ]  
   

I'm making a display out of a 4x2x2 glass tank and want to do a mixture of gray and green tree frogs and green anoles and was wondering what sort of population density I should go with for the frogs? It's going to be heavily planted...I was sort of hoping for 6-10 each of the gray and green trees, plus maybe 6-10 green anoles given the size of the tank. Does that sound excessive or viable?

There's going to be some land area, some water, with vines and plants going throughout and coconut husk attacked the back and two sides of the tank to increase useable area (and give plants something to grow on). The land area will probably be about a 2x1 section, then about a 8" section running the rest of the length of the tank along the back of it. I plan to have driftwood with planting in the water section, and I'm thinking of using vines running the length of it to give some climbing plants something to grow onto vertically and horizontally
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