Another hello from Calgary

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  1. Dr_B

    Dr_B Member

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    Evening All, just wanted to say hi and introduce myself here. Recently got a hold of a tank and will be attempting to build my own Viv but quite honestly feeling overwhelmed haha. I will be most defiantly checking out the tutorials but if anyone is willing to throw a tip my way here and there i would greatly appreciate it :)

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    welcome to the board and goodluck

    Tip: when you get started and think you are ready for frogs... learn how to culture Fruit flies...It will make you life a whole lot easier
     
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    I just picked up stuff to build my own vivarium and was going to try have it well and established before I introduce the frogs. I’ve heard that fruit flies can be a bit of a science so i appreciate the advice. Going to wait till end of may for the reptile show to maybe grab my frogs so fingers crossed my build goes well
     
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    welcome
     
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    Hi
    I am open to discussing builds,plants and frog care if you wish to come by sometime.
    I have 4 different types of fruit flies as well.

    Cheers
     
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    Hello Hello.
     
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    Really appreciate that Caza and I will take you up on that anytime! Already been running into "problems" on my viv with what i believe is not using enough silicone on one of my viv sides. Just finished the back and I loaded it on so fingers crossed this works ok.
     
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    It may be too late but a tip I appreciated was using brown silicone. It doesn't have be caked on and after you load on your mulch, there won't be any bright spots if you used a silicone or wood glue that dries clear, yellow or white.
     

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