whites tree frog gettig a new setup lol ???

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  1. teh_angry_g00se

    teh_angry_g00se New Member

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    Ok in realation to my last post that i deleted because no one replyed..i was thinking it might have been too long! So heres a simpler version of my last post.

    I have a 30 gallon hex for my Whites Tree Frogs..right now the bedding is reptibark, and im sick of looking at the same set up, so im switching the tank over to a stricty water tank, i built a good size waterfall to put in there.. and also i am putting 3-4 inches of water in the bottom..so now my problem issssss.....

    :?: i need something for the frogs to get up put of the water on, theres not that much space on the bottom of the tank. So whatever i have to do it has to use the vertical space.

    :?: Also i need something to put the crickets on. So they dont die before the frogs eat them

    I guess what im looking for is just something for the frogs to eat on...get out of the water and so on...any ideas??

    Any and all replys would be appreciated
     
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  3. teh_angry_g00se

    teh_angry_g00se New Member

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    Anyone??????????
     
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  5. Fable

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    Umm Bigger cage and do half and half with water and land.

    Fable
     
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  7. teh_angry_g00se

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    the thing is....30 gallon is large enough...as they are creatures who like to climb...the problem is..i need someideas..on what to do for the land
     
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  9. agr

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    I'd just use rock stacked like stairs in the center or one side. If you'd like to have substrate in it, use a tupperware or another plastic container to keep it from getting mixed in the water this can be disguied with small rocks around it. Or you could cut and silcon in a piece of plexi glass and fill that in with substrate but I'd think easiest would be rock(boiled before putting in) and with a hex tank you might have some trouble getting the desired land/water ratio.
     
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  11. teh_angry_g00se

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    thanks for you suggestions agr, i actually ended up putting a "turtle dock" in there...and it looks really natural, i guess im happy with it. But thank you very much ..i appreciate that u took the time to respond!
     

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