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Eric's frog bunker - PICS
#1
Been awhile now since we got our new house and things are finally coming together. So its time to share the progress.

the man cave
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135 gal under construction.

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#2
Secondary tilled room around the corner. Finally cleaned up and got a few more racks in.

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#3
Phil I just realized i put this in the wrong forum. If you would be so kind as to move it into the frogroom forum when you get a chance please.
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#4
hey that's all coming together really nice! I won't make it over this weekend because of the in-laws being here but I think I'll have all day Thursday off this next week to stop over.
Josh
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#5
Thanks bud. no rush.

more individual viv shots to come.
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#6
Lookin great bubba! Plenty of room to expand Wink
-Field Smith
Some frogs...
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#7
Thanks field. had some trouble with all those POS clay backgrounds after about 6 months and finally got stuff back on track.

More viv shots as promised

Ill start with my favorite 40 vert
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This stump is awesome and is a chunk of boxelder root structure from a tree uprooted during flooding on the Mississippi at a beach near me. It seems that the roots are very dense and will hold up alot better then the rest of the tree
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Unknown columbian vine with some nice growth.
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#8
Another 40 vert.

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29 gal. Vert with a pair of veradero
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A thirty gal measuring 2' wide x 2'tall x 12" front to back. some intense background work but iv just been tossing cutting and plants in it and getting them rooted. I pull them out and move them into vivs as needed. Some stay if they look good.

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#11
Yet another 40 vert.

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#12
A not so clear veradero transport picture from just the other day. Got lucky and got a pair when i picked up two of these from doug.

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#13
Glass frog viv getting ready for spring shipment from UE.

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And a lower shot of the vent and track. Iv had alot of people ask me how I set the track to utilize the stock aquarium trim as a seal for the doors. Hope this helps a bit. I will post more pictures for that closer up soon to give a better view but its quite simple

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#14
Wow, very cool man cave you have there!
I see your a fan of the 40gal verts.

Im curious about the 135gal, whatcha planning on housing in there? =)
Azureus - Imitators "Cainarachi Valley" - Leucomelas - Black Jeans
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#15
Thanks. Yea I like the 40 breeders. And the verts are because I don't plan on keeping tints or auratus. Mainly Pumilio and thumbs. I also keep alot of treefrogs and if i want to tear one down and set it up for treefrogs iv already got the vert kit built with good ventilation. iv got two 40's turned on side as well and iI really like those. The 135 will be backgroundless with lots of wood and im planning either some terribs or orange pepperi.
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A shot of one of my nyctixalus pictus.
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Belly shot
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a phalo orchid that went into bloom on Monday.

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#17
A close up of how i notch and line up my track for bi-pass sliding doors. I take out about a 1/8th inch slit right in line with the center divide making it so one door sits flush inside and one outside on the otherside.

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