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  1. safe water

    I only use filtered rainwater brought up to to vivarium temperature overnight. I wouldnt use tapwater personally. regards Gordon
  2. which plants

    I agree with Nick....also when most people talk of mixing frogs it is in a small to medium size viv....1400mm x 700mm x 600mm is quite a size and is a different matter! Also everyone learns by trial and error with plants and frogs and everyone has different tastes, requirements, and different depths of pockets...this can be an expensive hobby if you are constantly having to replace dead frogs and dead plants because they did not prosper in whatever set up you have...i wasted a lot of money when i first started many years ago so i know to my own cost. regards Gordon
  3. which plants

    It is not easy to sex dart frogs until they are adults...so if you only require males i feel you will struggle to find all male adults of different types unless you know any breeders who will have an excess amount of adult males to sell you. You would find it easier to find a group of all one type of dartfrog which can be kept together as a group such as leucs or tricolors. Dendrobates are better kept as sexed pairs or male heavy trio’s.unless you are experienced as the less dominant ones will die of stress. regards Gordon
  4. how to finish the substrate

    You can use any of those...just depends what you want the finished viv to look like. regards Gordon
  5. Tips on the Exo Terra mini fogger.

    Sorry but i dont think these are worth the bother...unless set up really well they run out of water or harm the frogs...i would do without.
  6. Happy Christmas

    Best wishes to you also .
  7. Phyllobates terribilis

    I have bred many terribilis over the years and you do sometimes get different colourations within the same clutch. Also some terribilis change colour slightly as they get older...as an example you could breed two yellows together, all the youngsters could colour up yellow, but then the odd one will start to get brighter or duller than its siblings as it gets older...this may or may not be all over the body. Regards Gordon
  8. Colours and patterns

    Sometimes if you change your viv decor around it may encourage them to be bolder. You could ask people on here who have bold auratus how their vivs are set up.
  9. Colours and patterns

    Auratus are either really bold or really shy...lots of people say they never see them yet others say they see them all the time.
  10. Misting Setup

    Thanks for the misting diagram Nick...i have changed to this design and it does balance out the pressures to different nozzles / vivs. regards Gordon
  11. Colours and patterns

    If these are young frogs their patterns and the amount of green and black could change either little or dramatically as they mature. Sometimes some youngsters out of the same batch can grow up looking nothing like their siblings or parents when it comes to patterns.
  12. My 60X45X90H Orchid Heavy Exo Build.

    Fantastic pics. Well done. regards Gordon
  13. Hi

    Hi and welcome to the forum. Leuc's are a great dartfrog. regards Gordon
  14. Tricolor Breeding

    I agree. Once they are sexually mature they will multiply like crazy as long as they get plenty of food as they are voracious feeders. You will have more than you can dream off...lol. regards Gordon
  15. Happy Birthday Gordon

    Cheers lads. regards Gordon
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