This is the sliding glass terrarium I made
from scratch. It measures 30"l x 24"h x 18"w. It houses two
Dendrobates auratus. It is a false bottom setup. On
the walls are the coco panel from T+C terrariums. Pothos, other philodendron
plants, vines, and tons of bromeliads thrive in it. Perforated aluminum
is on top and in front for the ventilation.
Here is a 10 gallon aquarium turned on its
side with a hinges screen door. It houses an Orange legged monkey
frog (Phylomedusa hypochindrialis). It has live moss on the bottom,
a cork backwall, with tons of bromeliads and orchids, as well as pothos.
The photo on the right is a close up of the top of the terrarium.
If you look closely at the middle bromeliad, you can see the frog.
Here is a 55 gal vivarium. It housed
3 D. auratus, before my cat destroyed it. Now the remaining 2 auratus
are in the sliding front vivarium. This tank had a false bottom with
live moss, pothos, ferns, different philodenderon and a few large bromeliads.
Two of the frogs are in the foreground.
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