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My (Big) vivarium project
#1
It's about 3m(H), 2.3m(W) pentagon vivarium

Plants:
Taxiphyllum barbieri
Riccia fluitans
Sinningia Hybrid
Chirita Hybrid
Kohleria Hybrid
Episcia Hybrid
Selaginella doederleinii
Oncidium Hybrid
Nephrolepis exaltata
Davallia mariesii
Ficus pumila
Aeschynanthus marmoratus
Billbergia sp.
Neoregelia Hybrids
Licuala sp.
Anthurium vittarifolium

Light:
3W LED 6500k 500pis.

Misting system:
6 Impaction pin nozzle.

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#2
Spetacular ! No animals, though ?

Is it in a museum ?
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"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana".
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#3
In headquarter for electronics corp.
Yes, they didn't have manpower to care animals.
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#4
Wow, that is amazing! More like art itself - living sculpture!!
Scott - North Dallas
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#5
Beautiful! The whole room is impressive tbf.

Pretty jealous right now.
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#6
That is so beautiful! Thanks for posting the pics!
Lisa
In central NY

R. Imitator 'Cainarachi Valley' 2.3.0
R. Imitator 'Cainarachi Valley' Froglets 8 and counting.
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#7
I am sure u can sneak a pair of thumbs in there. Just an amazing show piece. 8)
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#8
very cool oh for that space,
Stu
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#9
It amazing! Can you give us some more details about it? What kind of lighting? Is there drainage? Glass or acrylic?
Glenn
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#12
I use cement for base
with Stainless Steel for bone, glass for flesh, wood for skin. Smile

Light:
3W LED total 500pis.
4k and 6.5k color temp
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#13
Wow Toshio!
Lisa
In central NY

R. Imitator 'Cainarachi Valley' 2.3.0
R. Imitator 'Cainarachi Valley' Froglets 8 and counting.
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#14
Thank you for the VERY detailed response! Smile

How did you get the base so accurate with cement? Is there a misting system hidden in the canopy?
Glenn
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#15
We hired pro construction team to build all those part.
Yes, all about six nozzles.
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#16
Are you going to post more pictures of the tank, i can not get enough.?
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#17
- If one cannot think of adding anything, or to have any removed... If that defines beauty, then that is beautiful!!

I´m with RanaVenenosa, it is certainly a living sculpture...

Thank you for sharing.
Flemming, Denmark.

http://www.regnskoven.dk/en/nature-cons ... de-sumaco/
(In English, about conservancy in Ecuador)
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#18
Excellent work Toshio, can't wait to see more pictures!
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#19
POTM for Mid Dec - Congrats !!!
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#20
can't imagine feeding frogs in this thing if there were frogs or other animals.
that would look real nice in my living room. then i could host a frog meet Smile
my other question would be how hard was it to plant.
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