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Old 04-05-2006, 04:04 AM   #11
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Thanks for sharing. I hear the biggest complaint is having to have a constant supply of flightless fruit flies and that you can't keep a permanent culture in the tank because they become fighted after several generations

I've been thinking a vivarium with Starry Night Tree Frogs will be my next project, but not sure yet. How loud are your dart frogs? I understand they are quite vocal but the sound is quite pleasant.
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We culture our own Fruitflies, in plastic containers outside of the tank. It is quite easy. Mine do not call as of yet. Or if they do, the sound is soft enough where I havent heard it yet.
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That is really neat! You did a great job. Is it very pricey to maintain something like that?
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it is cheap to maintain, the cost is in the construction and that does get a little pricey. The plant choice will determine alot of that tho. Bromeliads, orchids etc
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Those frogs are stunners Hara! Nice.
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Cool frogs Hara...How are they doing?
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The frogs are doing great. This is an updated picture, I just added more plants.
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Nice bromeliads. Great dorm plants!
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Great! they are probably so happy in there!
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Awesome Hara. Nice job. Looks VERY natural!!!!!!
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