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What to put in a 37gal ?
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So I have a 37gal tank sitting in my basement. I have never used it for anything. I have a stand to put it on in the Frog room. I cannot decide what I want to put in it. Dart Frogs, Tree Frogs, Gecko? I am kinda leaning towards A. callidryas or A. annae.
Dendrobates, Phyllobates, Rantiomeya, Epipedobates
Don
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The only thing I don't like about tree forgs is the being nocturnal. I love red eyes but a green blob sleeping on the glass all day really doesnt appeal to me.
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Yea, that is an issue, though I still like them.
Dendrobates, Phyllobates, Rantiomeya, Epipedobates
Don
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#4
dimensions?

Lately, I've been thinking more and more that a pepperi or bassleri setup with a semi-terraced background would be awesome.
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tclipse Wrote:dimensions?

Lately, I've been thinking more and more that a pepperi or bassleri setup with a semi-terraced background would be awesome.
I agree with this. I think the pepperi are an under appreciated frog. The ones I've seen are really nice. Great in groups as well.
Mike
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#6
The thing with 37g is they are tall (30 x 12 x 22). They are great for thumbnail darts and pumilio. My A. pepperi can jump and settle in a 55g. I inherited a 37g from my grandfather and lived using it for Blue Australian White's Tree Frogs in high school. Active, large frogs.
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Jason Juchems
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Yes it is tall, and kinda of narrow. It is still sitting in my basement and probably will for a while. I am in no rush to setup it up, I was just trying to come up with some ideas for it.
Dendrobates, Phyllobates, Rantiomeya, Epipedobates
Don
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