Although you're unlikely to die from a captive dart frog (the toxins come from insects they only eat in the wild) as one poor chap on one...
And if you get dead it's a dart frog ;)
Do you want plants that will grow out of the water when planted in the substrate? H. Corymbosa did that for me.
If you can hang a pc fan in the tank for air movment alot of vivarium guys use this method and it seems to work quite well.
No worries mate, only able to find it cos I knew it was there.
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Here's a couple.
Check some of hydrophyte's older journals on here, he shows some of the planters and rafts.
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I've considered this issue before and think its down to lack of air movement. When you've got the tank sealed there...
Lol unfortunately my eldest, who's 5, is severely autistic and loves water. Without the cover on I tend to find all sorts of toys swimming with...
That corymbosa looks good. It will get to 60cm or so, mine is planted in the substrate and grows out of the water. Its a pity I cant keep my tank...
Look great Ghost, what are the dimensions and what sort of lights are you using?
I've read enough of your posts to pick up on that :wink: Im planning on having lower light slower growing tank.
Thanks for the advice :D
Im redoing my 4ft and want to do a dry start for moss, hydrocoytle and hairgrass. Was wondering how much light is too much. I have 3x 54w...
Check out BigTom's jounal http://ukaps.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=14521
Thanks BigTom my Lfs sells them in emersed form they are usually 6-8ins tall I was going to half fill the tank and raise the water level as it...
Im considering trying a no tech self sustaining tank like BigTom's but on a smaller scale. I was wondering is it possible to grow an Amazon...
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