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Anyone here keep dart frogs? I just recently got some, and just today found this area of the website. Anyways....

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They're just juveniles right now, ive got a sperate tank for the different species once they start to mature.


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Pics of my Leuc Viv

Here's a link to a 29 gallon viv construction journal I posted on dendroboard.com.

http://www.dendroboard.com/member-s-...opic36682.html

Couple of questions: How often do you mist? It looks a bit dry in there for you frogs. Maybe it's just the photos. Nice viv!

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That's a beautiful setup, and what lovely frogs!





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thanks for the compliments. I mist at least two times daily, humidity is always above 90%. I wiped off the sides of the glass in this picture, they were all wet before due to the humidity.


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hmmm I have plans to get some leucs but alas I am terminally broke
I have the viv set up for then though
very nice set up love the wood placement with the broms
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Nice setup. Just curious, are you using a drainage layer, the substrate looks very shallow?

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Looks good.

But please get each species their own tank.

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yes, there is a drainage layer of pea size gravel, its just hard to see in these pictures.

A Hill- Im in the process of setting up a 30 for the tinc, and ill probably end up getting another one.


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Some updated pics of the tinc... Hes growing well, eating like a pig.





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Im beggining to think he may not be a cobalt, but instead a patricia of POSSIBLY oyapock?


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I'm not very good with tinc morphs but i was thinking patricia or oyapock as well... but i could be way off. Looks nice though, I'm planning on getting a small group of leucs myself. I have a 55 gallon paludarium alraedy set up and running for a few months now... but the only inhabitants are 1 betta in the pond, and about a million rollie pollies (natives i collected as a cleanup crew, but they reproduces so now there are TONS of little babies) If i get the frogs in there soon i suppose the babies will be a good supplementary food source to the flies

1 10 gal low tech planted tank. 1- 10 gal lowtech w/ diy co2. 55 gal lowtech planted tank. 20 gallon reef tank. 55 gallon paludarium for dart frogs. large exo-terra vivarium for madagascar giant day gecko. working on getting 65 gal brackish tank soon
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I keep darts. I've got 3 auratus and 3 leucomelas in a 30 gallon cube. Had them for 3 years now. Eventually, I want to move up to a 75 gallon and get more frogs, but I just got the plant growth where I want and I can't bring myself to tear it apart.


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amazing setup, makes me want to keep the xtall 20 i have as a fish tank, this tank was a red eyed tree frog for a few years. frog passed away, set up for fish. now im switching to a 25 long and i still have the screen top for this tank lol. *starts thinking fun thoughts*
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Nice setup. I heard that darts are very sensitive and are difficult to care for.
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