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Awesome tank! I want to do a 180 gal rip in my living room one day. Maybe something smaller for now. There are a ton of air plants Spanish mosses, other types of mosses down here right out side my door. I don't think you can pick some of it but if a storm knocks it down its fair game.

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40 gallon breeder.

What is the plant with the arrow like leaves and white veins in the first pic (top left hand corner) called.Is it a riparium only plant or can it be grown submersed?

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Shrimpo ,

                     Fantastic tanks .  Do you still keep dart frogs?  Decades ago I looked into them but the tiny food cultures looked like a pain .

 

Same here.  I love their look and was interested in breeding, but flightless flies, etc just wasn't in my interest.  I knew I suck at keeping cultures alive.

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Soothing,

my case I know plenty of those flies would escape and not only get in the house but the yards mango tree . The next option was termites and no way in Florida of all places am I breeding termites , lol.

 

The dart frogs and mantellas themselves are gorgeous tiny frogs .

 

 

Shrimpo,

                     Have you kept newts or salamanders in such a set up as you ripariums ?

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Awesome tank! I want to do a 180 gal rip in my living room one day. Maybe something smaller for now. There are a ton of air plants Spanish mosses, other types of mosses down here right out side my door. I don't think you can pick some of it but if a storm knocks it down its fair game.

 

Oh I just Pmd you love your Mantis!

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