D3monic's - Frog Room (Pic heavy)

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D3monic's - Frog Room (Pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Sun Mar 20, 2011 11:53 pm

Edit: 10-8-17 If anyone is having difficulty viewing photos I recommend downloading browser plugin "Photobucket Embed Fix" for either Firefox or Chrome. Not sure if there's one for Safari users

I was taking a handfull of photos around the Den this evening when I realized that I had not done a thread detailing my room.

Hello, my name is D3monic. I am a frogaholic. It has been 10 hours since my last frog related purchase. :mrgreen:

This is where I spend the majority of my time, don't mind the mess. I wasn't about to clean the room for the likes of you guys.

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My 75gal Oophaga Pumilio San Cristobal Frye line

approximatly from here

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Postby D3monic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:00 am

My Ranitomeya Cainarachi Valley tank.

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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:09 am

Ranitomeya Imitator 'Varadero'
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Older viv pic

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Newer, I am still waiting on a few plant orders. I plan on redoing some of this tank

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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:15 am

Ranitomeya Vanzolinii Butts X Meyers

18 cube (another viv thats getting replanted. That damn escargo took over the whole tank)

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Thanks to the dense foliage theres not many pics of these guys.

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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:22 am

Oophaga Pumilio escudo de veraguas F1s SNDF
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Imitator grow out viv
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And that is it for Rack Number one.
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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby Philsuma » Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:27 am

Awsome Mike !

Those Christos from Rich are giving ya froglets already ?

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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:30 am

Rack Number 2.

I just set this rack up recently and the build work can be found here enclosures-setup-and-construction-f23/d3monic-s-super-build-thread-t4282.html?hilit=super build

Sorry, this gets pic intensive since they are new and I am excited :P Frogs just went in the other day (a week early :oops: )

Ranitomeya Reticulata
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You know what? I'm not even sorry. These have already become my favorite frogs. The (what I assume male) is super sociable. Every time I mist or come up to the front of the tank he comes out to greet me. will even climb the front glass and follow me back and forth.

Meet Pretty boy

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My white foot who is not out nearly as much

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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:32 am

Philsuma wrote:Awsome Mike !

Those Christos from Rich are giving ya froglets already ?


No, no froglets from the Cristobals. I just got a male in the other day but he is a little skinny and getting extra QT attention. I think it was mostly shipping stress as he has already bounced back but I am not taking any chances. Sending his first fecals out early this week.
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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:37 am

Ranitomeya Benedicta trio
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These are pretty shy. They really don't leave the broms they picked. Hopefully once i get some plants growing in they will get bolder.

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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:43 am

Ranitomeya Uakarii
18 cube (aparently I did not take any full tank shots of this one.) :(

well heres a construction shot?

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Only frog that has been out so far is the probable female. Absolutly beautifull frogs.

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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:47 am

This pretty much concludes the tour of my frogroom. Heres a couple filler shots to fade out on.

Tadpole bin

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Culture closet

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Hope you enjoyed!
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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby frogfreak » Mon Mar 21, 2011 1:44 pm

Wicked pics, frogs, vivs and room, Mike!

Thanks for taking the time to post them. :)
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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby Philsuma » Mon Mar 21, 2011 2:44 pm

Awesome as usual, Mike.

It's had to believe that your Frogging experience is only 1.5 years ! The Reef Keeping hobby definately helped though.

Your Frog Room and set-up is a great yardstick for new Hobbyists to go by as well. It's a great inspiration and a wonderful "I can do it - you can do it" attitude.

Thank you for posting, and in such excellent detail.

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D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby itskris » Mon Mar 21, 2011 3:36 pm

Might have missed this but what are you using for background?
Need a Website? PM Me for more information.

Recent Hobby Clients - DartDen.com, Rainforestherps.com

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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 4:16 pm

Rack one was all done with GS foam covered in GE II silicone then packed eco earth powdered coco husk into the silicone. Rack two is mostly EcoWeb, Corkbark and one tank done in Clay. Those builds can be found in much greater detail here enclosures-setup-and-construction-f23/d3monic-s-super-build-thread-t4282.html Just realized that I tend to refere to my self in the third person in thread titles....i'm such a weirdie.
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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 4:18 pm

Philsuma wrote:Awesome as usual, Mike.

It's had to believe that your Frogging experience is only 1.5 years ! The Reef Keeping hobby definately helped though.

Your Frog Room and set-up is a great yardstick for new Hobbyists to go by as well. It's a great inspiration and a wonderful "I can do it - you can do it" attitude.

Thank you for posting, and in such excellent detail.

Thanks, I am a bit obsessive when it comes to research. Unfortunately I got about as bad of memory as my grandmother with alzheimer's so i forget 90% of what I learn.
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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby Kerickson978 » Mon Mar 21, 2011 10:36 pm

Notes, notes, notes!!!! learn nothing in college did you? :lol:
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1.2.0 pumilio (drago colon) 1.1.0 pumilio (Escudo) 0.0.4 M. stelzneri 0.0.2 D. tinc (patricia) 0.1.0 D leucomelas
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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Mon Mar 21, 2011 10:40 pm

Kerickson978 wrote:Notes, notes, notes!!!! learn nothing in college did you? :lol:


Never graduated highschool....might be why :wink:
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Re: D3monic's Dart Den (super pic heavy)

Postby Kerickson978 » Mon Mar 21, 2011 10:55 pm

LOL it may :wink:
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Re: D3monic's Dart Frog Room (super pic heavy)

Postby D3monic » Sat Mar 26, 2011 12:51 pm

Ordered a bluetooth serial adapter so I can make my AquaController Jr wireless. I can finally put it back into use on the frog tanks. I wish they would make halfway decent herp controllers like they do for reefing. Will be nice to sit on the couch and turn on the misting sytem, fans and lights with the click of a mouse. Too bad theres no way I could monitor temps and humidity on 10 tanks with it.

I think aquanotes finally has a app for my phone type so I should be able to turn misting system on and off while I am at work. That stupid digital timer I have keeps malfunctioning and pumping the entire reservoir dry.
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