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Ideas needed for 60gal setup

dorton

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I have been trying to decide what should go in my 60gal setup. I thought about beardies, uros, and about 500 different things.
I am open to suggestions.
Let me hear it.
Justin
 

Der-Boa-Lieber

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How about a viv. with some gargoyl geckos or my favorite gecko, the Satanic Leaf Tail!

Uros are cool, beardeds..i just see to many around for me to have them lol.

A desert theme with some off the wall lizards like curly tails and swifts would be cool...they are a blast watching them run around all the time.
 

Mike

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How about a Blue tongue skink?

You could also do a colony of white's treefrogs.
 

olympus

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How about a couple scorpions with an ultraviolet light so at night they light up like a christmas tree.
 

dorton

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olympus said:
How about a couple scorpions with an ultraviolet light so at night they light up like a christmas tree.

I had not thought of that, but I saw some done like that at a recent show and it was awesome. That may be a cool idea, thanks.

PS. Your sig rocks!!
 

PuffDragon

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I made that sig!!! Ha I like the Poison Darts idea. I have always been fascinated by them and you can really get into making a neat setup. Black Jungle has some really cool stuff on their webpage.
 

dorton

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I hadn't thought about the dart frogs either.
That could be a gorgeous setup!
Thanks for the suggestion.
 

nat

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I kept darts for years and I loved them because they are bold (they won't hide on yah when you walk into the room) and they are dirunal so you get to see them do their thing. Also, their songs are quite beautiful (more like birds then the angry duck noise I equated with my white's tree frogs). The next thing I plan on doing when I have the time and space is setting up another dart colony. They are by far my most favorite vivarium that I have set up so far.

Here is one of my fat p. terribillis from a couple years ago. Man I miss those guys! (the last one died this summer, they were over 10 years old)


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