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Photos of my new Paludarium (building process)

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Viperalus - The black silicone is there to hide the yellow greatstuff indeed, as Dane said.

Dane - Most of the 'fancy' plants died. This was also because the lamp died...now I have a new (cheaper) lamp and decided to stick to ferns and climbing plants. The moss died, as expected. If I'd have a 2nd chance, I'd choose a more acidous underground for the moss and less light hours. I have to cut some of the plants, as some have grown too big. I'll make a photo soon.

Whoo - Thanks! I've used some of the silicone as a glue too indeed.

Jausi - I have not removed the styrofoam.



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That tank looks really good.



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I know this is an old thread, but can anyone give me the name of the plant that is in the basket on the background?

I bought one a month ago, the woman in the store didn't know what it was, it looks kind of like a fern, hairy black stems but with single heart-shaped leaves and it thrives in moist conditions.

Gorgeous paludarium btw.



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