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Some of my vivariums. PIC HEAVY!!!
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Just wanted to post some shots I took the other night while hiding out in my frog room. Not all the best pics, but lots of FTS's. Hope you enjoy!
French Guyana amazonica 20 vert
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Baja Huallaga imitator 18x24 exo
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Blue Jean Pumilio grow out's. 20 vert
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Basti 20 vert
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2nd blue jean grow out 20 vert
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Chirique Grande '04 SNDF 20 vert
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Man Creek 20 vert
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Christobal 20 vert
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Red galact 18" cube exo
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Variabilis 40 breeder vert
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Azureus 18" exo cube
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Lowland fant 18x24 zoo med
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Green sirensis 18x24 exo
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Banded imitator 18x24 exo
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Pasaje Sarajunga anthonyi 18" exo cube
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Yellow truncatus 18" exo
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Standard imi 18x24 exo
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Parent Blue Jean pumilio 18x24" exo
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#2
Very nice - I see quite a few uncommon viv plants. Now I'm nostalgic for my frog room that's been gone for almost 1 year now....sigh.

hey..what's that small round plastic crochet circle's job - around the mister ?
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Here is a few pics of the frog room. It is approx. 11'x12'. I installed an 18,000 btu A/C for temp regulation and wood floors for both keeping it cooler and making it easier to clean up spills. There is a sliding glass door that goes to the back yard, which is great during storms because I can open up and get the full effect from pressure drops and increased humidity. The summers here are brutal. It has been about 105 for the last few days and should hit 110 by the end of the week, but the a/c keeps things stable. I'm still budgeting for a back up power outage plan. Battery or generator back up is the plan. Some day... soon I hope. Anyway, here are the pics. Again, not the greatest but you'll get the idea.

Frog art at entrance
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Pumilio on top, grow out in middle, fruit flies on bottom.
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azureus pic i liked!
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One of my highland anthonyi grow outs! FINALLY!!!!
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Philsuma Wrote:Very nice - I see quite a few uncommon viv plants. Now I'm nostalgic for my frog room that's been gone for almost 1 year now....sigh.

hey..what's that small round plastic crochet circle's job - around the mister ?

LOL!!! The circle crochet thing is to support the weight of the mist nozzle. Instead of using a piece of acrylic or drilling the glass, I just put one of those on the inside and the outside of the screen at the top of the vert kit to help support the mist nozzle so it wouldn't tear the screen and stay in place where I aimed it. Kinda ghetto rigged, but it works... LoL! Good eye!
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#5
Beautiful frog room and a nice collection! What is that begonia pictured in a lot of your vivs
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#6
Some nice vivs touchy there!, what is the plant you have in the red galact civil with red & green leaves?

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The plant in the red galac tank is a Begonia raja. It started as a small plant and grew like crazy! I love that plant as you can obviously see how often I use it in my vivariums.
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#8
Nice vivs. thanks for the inspiration I like the lowland fant and the green sirensis tanks the best. Big Grin
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