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  What leaf littler to use??
Posted by: Philsuma - 2 hours ago - Forum: Plants - Bromeliads, Aroids, Moss, Soil, Pests - No Replies

[font="Segoe UI Historic", "Segoe UI", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Southern Live Oak - small leaves[/font]

[font="Segoe UI Historic", "Segoe UI", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Magnolia - bigger leaves, so you need less of em.[/font]

[font="Segoe UI Historic", "Segoe UI", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Sea Grape - large circular and flat. It has it's uses. [/font]


[font="Segoe UI Historic", "Segoe UI", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]You can use any single leaf ya want...well, some may be aromatic or unsuitable in that regard. The rate that all other leaves will disintegrate is so fast, that it doesn't make sense to even use the effort to collect them, IMO. Leaf little composting is ok for microfauna and soil but you def want some longer laster stuff, hence the live oak and magnolia. [/font]

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  Ameerega bassleri wanted
Posted by: Yotero6933 - 05-08-2021, 08:16 PM - Forum: U.S Regional Groups, People, Shows, Gatherings and Events - No Replies

I was wondering if there were any breeders that work with this species.  I’m not looking for any specific color but bright colors are preferred. Im looking to get 3-4 of these frogs.

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  Want Ameerega bassleri
Posted by: Yotero6933 - 05-08-2021, 08:12 PM - Forum: Wanted - Looking for.... - Replies (1)

Are there any sellers of Ameerega ba. in Florida?  Im looking for 2-3 of these frogs

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  Lighting for tall tank suggestions
Posted by: lrh - 04-19-2021, 11:14 AM - Forum: Lighting, Misting Systems, Tweaks, Modifications - Replies (3)

I am setting up a Vivarium for (hope to find) Ranitomeya Fantasica True Nominal frogs. My enclosure is 24"W x 18"D x 36 "T. I am struggling with finding lighting that is appropriate. Suggestions please for something that is not several hundred $$. I do want LED...

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  Pests in the house caused by Frog Vivariums
Posted by: Philsuma - 12-23-2020, 02:52 PM - Forum: Plants - Bromeliads, Aroids, Moss, Soil, Pests - Replies (1)

By Kimmich - Rarely I see an article so important that I copy it here. This is one.

There are a few different things people mean when they talk about the inevitability of insects and vivs:

1) Fruit flies will escape your cultures and viv. I don't mind seeing a lone wingless fruitfly crawling across the coffee table from time to time - but for some people that is an unacceptable infestation.

2) Moist vivariums will sustain fungus gnats. Depending on your ambient humidity outside the viv, however, you may never see escapees - or you may find them near your sink drains.

2) Fruit fly cultures will attract mites. These are usually harmless species and even commercially-produced cultures have them. Depending on the observer, a normal population of grain mites in a FF culture may be unnoticed or perceived as a chronic infestation. In both cases the FF cultures are actually fine and the mites are not a problem - but people tend to be bug-phobic especially in their homes.

3) Insect introductions and boom/bust population cycles will happen to all vivs. People tend to overreact to these when they occur even though, in most cases, an infestation will disappear on its own without any intervention.

4) A house without a viv will certainly have fewer insects than a house with a viv, all things being equal. For some people, one escaped fruitfly or isopod is too many - those people, or their housemates, are likely the ones posting about insects problems with having vivs.

5) There will be spiders. Anytime there are flies - there will be spiders

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  r. imitator "yurimaguas" - female
Posted by: gladiatorsgi - 12-16-2020, 02:02 PM - Forum: Wanted - Looking for.... - No Replies

Looking for a r. imitator "yurimaguas" - female. Looking to purchase or trade for a male. I have 3 calling males up for trade. Thanks

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  New Vivarium Build, Suggestions to Improve
Posted by: vargoje3 - 12-06-2020, 08:27 PM - Forum: Enclosures, Setup and Construction - Replies (1)

Here is my vivarium. Huge thanks to this sites owner for offering advice and some cuttings.



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  Plants for Trade or sale.
Posted by: chano - 11-16-2020, 12:13 AM - Forum: Everything else for Sale or Trade - Replies (1)

I am looking to possibly trade my plants for your Oophaga.  I have been out of the hobby for several years and I am looking to get back in.  This list is a small portion of what we have.  Feel free to ask any questions in the comments or pms if you prefer.  


Monstera

M. Dubia

M. Tuberculata

M. Siltipecana

M. Adensonii (narrow form, round form, soon to have friedrichsthalii, and blanchetii.)
M. Peru
M. Standiliana (green/albo)



Philodendron

P. Brandiatum

P. Scandens (standard/variagata)

P. Hetaracium (green/neon/micans/Brazil/silver stripe)

P. Werneri mini (standand/rotunda)

P. Mini midget
P.
 Burle marx fantasy

(40+ other varieties available however these are the best suited for viv use due to mostly size constraints.)



Raphidophora hayi

Pepperomia frost

Vanilla planifolia variagata

Epipremnum pinnatum “cebu blue”

Purple passion vine

Ficus pumilia variagata

Pothos (not aware of any variety we do not have)



Begonia

b. u093

B. u540

B. u549

B. Immense
60+ varieties of Hoya and many others from these and other mafilies of plants.  We have selected these specifically for their comparability with vivarium.

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  Monstera Dubia anyone?
Posted by: chano - 11-15-2020, 11:57 PM - Forum: Everything else for Sale or Trade - Replies (5)

Gauging interest.  I run a nursery in Pa, we specialize in rare foliage.  I am just returning to this hobby after quite some time away and I though I would come by and see if there is any interest in the plants we have.  We curnently have roughly 50+varieties of Philodendron, 60+ varieties of Hoya, 19 varieties of Monstera, 40+ varieties of begonia, and various other plants from multiple families. 

Monstera Dubia is one of our more popular and rare of the monstera species but well suited for a viv.  It is a shingler and the juvenile foliage has a silvery color around the veins.

$65.00 plus shipping(shipping is Usps priority starting at $7.95+$5.00 for winter shipping materials aka. Insulated box, heat pack, etc where applicable.)



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  November: Ranitomeya variabilis highland
Posted by: gladiatorsgi - 11-03-2020, 03:18 PM - Forum: Dart Frog Classifieds - No Replies

The following are available for November.

Species: 0.0.8 Ranitomeya variabilis highland
Line: UE
Age: 4-6 months OOW
Price: $60 each
Group Price: 5 or more $50 each

- shipping available at purchasers expense via SYR (weather permitting)
- local delivery available in NorCal/Bay Area
- fastest response: steve.iwan@gmail.com

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