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55G ~ Windswept

Johno2090

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Piece-of-fish

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This is one nice scape. I would like to see some more wood to give it a tree look, looks a bit lonely atm.
Well done anyway :thumbup:
 

Johno2090

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Thats the point!
Its a dead tree alone on a rocky windy outcrop :) thanks for the comments, ill try and get a decent pic of it sometime.
 

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This tank now looks like this:

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Just a little more Overgrown!

It's home to a trio of R. Vanzolinii

CLICK THE PICTURE BELOW ITS A MOVIE!
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That looks so much better IMO! But then I am a sucker for the messy overgrown look, these tanks look far more natural to me. I couldn't tell from your photos, but do you have any water in there or is it now an emmersed setup?
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Johno2090

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its for poison dart frogs :) no water in it at all!
 

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Thats some change!!

The poison dart frog setup looks better IMO, really tropical looking !

How did you do such a huge change from aquatics to amphibious ?

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Johno2090

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It was pretty much the Aquatic Plants that got me into it, I got to the stage where I wanted More and more plants in the tanks and then I saw another member on here post his Dart frog setup and I was hooked....

3 months later I'd changed to a terrestrial setup and went from this:

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to this:

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and then finaly to this:

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these are the frogs if the video doesn't work:
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