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    I'll have to be mr lame and say hello in english cos I don't know any spanish except profanities!

    Here is my small lowland/propagation chamber:


    and here is my highland chamber:


    I don't have a pic of my lowland showerstall terrarium at the moment or my seedling chamber (the ones I took didn't come out)

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    glider, surely you know that the best place for a VFT is outside. If you insist on keeping it in a terrarium it shouldn't be planted in the soil, it needs to be removed for dormancy requirements.

    dark phoenix nepenthes, Apesadumbrado si mi español es malo. Tengo cierto CP en terrarios, pero terrarios no tradicionales del CP. Tengo ranas adentro allí, y otras plantas. Mi idea es ir para una mirada ma's rainforest.

    translation - Sorry if my Spanish is bad. I have some CP in terrariums, but not traditional CP terrariums. I have frogs in there, and other plants. My idea is to go for a rainforest look.

    LOL, laugh at my Spanish if you must. At least I tried. I love the language.
    Sundews and pings, and seedling nepenthes mainly is what I have in terrariums, but unless the light is good they won't do very well. Except for one Titan, it has done very well. It finally got too big and I had to remove it from the terrarium. Since then it has been able to catch tons more bugs and is getting even bigger. I didn't think that was possible! I wish I could take a picture of it now, but my camera is messed up.
    This picture is of my tomato frog tank, not very impressive, but you asked for pics. I don't have a close up.

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    hey wich frogs u have?, a friend is doind a terraium like that!, nice lokking terraiums ! all ppl!

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    back2eight, I grow a vft in my terrarium and it does just fine. As long as you remove it for dormancy, as you said, it'll be ok. That's like saying not to grow a mexican ping in a terrarium because it has a dormancy in winter.

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    Cha, in that terrarium I have tomato frogs. I also have some poison dart frogs. Their tanks look a lot better.

    Drosera36, I know what you are saying. I have done that with plants too. But he said he has it planted in the soil. So I got the impression that he left it in there year round. I have mexical pings in my tomato frog tank, but I give the whole tank a fairly dry season, so I don't have to remove the pings for that. They are doing very well in there.

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    thanks bro´s, thats pics inspired me to make my own, and dont worry by the idiom, my english realy socks, but im learnig,

    nos vemos y gracias,

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    dart frogs! OMG thats cool but it is dangerous right?

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    Nope, only in the wild, since they eat a certain beetle/ant to get their poison.

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