New dart frog terrarium

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My girlfriend just finished her dart frog terrarium with some help from http://joshsfrogs.com. She's all ready for some purchases from the upcoming San Diego reptile show!
 

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OMG that looks fantastic. Don't forget pics once she has the frogs in there great home.
 

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Thanks guys! We put together everything from a bare 20 gallon tank. What a long but rewarding process!
 

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Nice job! And very creative. Just a tip, put a bushy clump of plants in the way of the water fall splashing. After a while, water spots make the glass hazy. Also get some confused flour beetles. They make great food when your fruitfly cultures crash. Also crickets are easy to breed in a simple styrofoam hovabator incubator. Gut load them with fish flakes containing color enhancers and all the yellow or orange on your dart frogs will brighten.

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Nice job! And very creative. Just a tip, put a bushy clump of plants in the way of the water fall splashing. After a while, water spots make the glass hazy. Also get some confused flour beetles. They make great food when your fruitfly cultures crash. Also crickets are easy to breed in a simple styrofoam hovabator incubator. Gut load them with fish flakes containing color enhancers and all the yellow or orange on your dart frogs will brighten.

Also I have had adult dart frogs drown in water features before. So maybe some rocks in your basin/sump area.
 
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