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[attachment=464][attachment=464]These are temp tanks and grow-out tanks, not Q-tine tanks.
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Size - I use a medium size enclosure @ 14" long and 12 " high. Hard plastic 'Clear vue' from China. This size had long be discontinued, probably due to being hard to ship and replace in a smaller 'medium' size of the size type only smaller.

A 'not large' enclosure is key to the single or possibly double occupant finding food easily. Especially springtails.
Do the lids come with built in ventilation or do you create your own? Would you suggest all froglets/juveniles go into a temp tank before going into the main vivarium? Would it be a problem adding 4-5 teribillis froglets to a 40 gallon tank?
(12-29-2020, 01:54 PM)vargoje3 Wrote: [ -> ]Do the lids come with built in ventilation or do you create your own? Would you suggest all froglets/juveniles go into a temp tank before going into the main vivarium? Would it be a problem adding 4-5 teribillis froglets to a 40 gallon tank?

The lids do indeed come with good ventilation on both ends. Nothing in the center which I really like. I would stop at 4 terriblilis at that size tank. You can also temp tank or even quarantine ANY newly acquired frog, but any frogs I get CB and from trusted peopleĀ  - go right into the forever home tank. No worries either way.