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looking for origin specific plants
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I am looking for plants that are native to Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana and/or Northern Brazil.

Websites and names of plants would be great.

Tank is 36"L x 18"W x 36"H (100 Gallons)

Humidity average is 85-95%

Temperature average is:
Winter: Day = 75F
Night = 70F
Summer: Day = 80F
Night = 75F

I plan on keeping Dendrobates Leucomelas dart frogs

Lighting:
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Left Side:
[Image: LeftSide.jpg]

Right Side:
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Bottom Left:
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Bottom Right:
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Diagram of Terrarium:
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What plants do you suggest for:
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Ground.
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Anybody?
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#3
Not a big plant guy at all but I can tell you that most likely the moss you are using for ground cover will die before too long.
What are you using as substrate?

Rich
Darts with parasites are analogous to mixed tanks, there are no known benefits to the frogs with either.


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If you have enough light I could suggest http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christmas_cactus in space #5 on your wall since they need good drainage (they are something different and they flower too!).

The thing I would recommend is this:
Check out the list of PFD suppliers. Check their location, if near you check out their store. If not, check their online store.
Look at thier listing of plants (normally provide common and scientific names), research said plants in wikipedia.org (good source normally for cult information) or just google it.
This way you are focusing on plants you can aquire, like the look of and compatible care (how much work do you want to put into those green pretties?).
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