WOW! These are beautiful! nice work.
Those are amazing! How do you keep the moss and plants alive?
Fantastic! It looks like you cut out chunks of forest to place in tanks -- so naturalistic and beautiful!
A-MAZING, you really should write up a tutorial to your awesome enclosure decoration
Nice man they look so natural i am sure your T's like it a lot.
Those are pretty rad! Nice work.
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Nice job! Is that Ficus pumila in the rufilata enclosure?
i too would like to know if thats a pumila rufilata enclosure. Also in the lampropelma tank, is that a moss or a selaginella? And whats that foreground plant in there?
Thanks guys!As you can see i got live plants, some mosses are real some are artificial.Backgrounds are made out of corc pieces glued to the back glass, and the gaps are filled also with mosses.
Plant in rufilata enclosure is ficus pumila.In lampropelma enclosure i have mosses, some sort of sedum and the one in the back is chamaedorea elegans i think.
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Really nice job
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is it safe to do things like this? and what kind of wood/bark and plants/moss do you use? is there a thread for background projects? thanks!
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