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Dendrobates tinctorius 'Bakhuis' Viv
#1
Thought I would share a few pix with you all!
These were from back in November
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Ill try to get a few of it all grown in tomorrow!

Todd
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#2
Nice progress shots, Todd !
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#3
Some updated photos!

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Calthea micans, this has been an amazing viv plant so far. slow but still filling in nicely and the frogs love to hang out under it.
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Begonia 'Red Planet' I started with 3 rhizome cuttings a few months ago and they have filled in very nicely![Image: P2120006.jpg]

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Selaginella SP Ecuador 'Bronze' very slow, Ive actually added a few pieces of this just to help it fill in a little.
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Philodendron 'Wend-imbe'
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Marcgravia SP growing on the stump
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#4
Good stuff Todd.....let's see all those newly acquired Tincs, now.
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#5
Great shots Todd. I'm curious, how are you keeping the plants in some of the first photos attached to the back wall. The Marcgravia is cool.
Jim
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#6
Actually now it is their root systems that hold them in place, until those establish tho I use plastic coated paperclips. Just push it in like a staple.
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