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    Hi I have been thinking about switching to a bio active terrarium for a lil while now. Unfortunatly I dont not have the money rn as I would have to buy a new terrarium cuz hers is too small. I was thinking of buying from either Josh's Frogs or the Bio Dude. Are these good places to go? Thinking about going with Biodude. So far whats in my cart are plants, substrate, bioshot, uv light, light dispersers, a cleanup crew and the aft starter kit. Is there anything else i need or should be aware of?
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    I have never had an aft, so I can't advise you as to what exactly is needed for a healthy bioactive, but Josh's Freogs and BioDude are both good, reputable companies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devynthecatwithsocks View Post
    Hi I have been thinking about switching to a bio active terrarium for a lil while now. Unfortunatly I dont not have the money rn as I would have to buy a new terrarium cuz hers is too small. I was thinking of buying from either Josh's Frogs or the Bio Dude. Are these good places to go? Thinking about going with Biodude. So far whats in my cart are plants, substrate, bioshot, uv light, light dispersers, a cleanup crew and the aft starter kit. Is there anything else i need or should be aware of?
    At this time it's far more important to confirm that your AFT does not have mouth rot. The hard lump you removed from your AFT's mouth is not normal. I believe that it's important to find the cause.

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    yeah I know I am going to get her to a vet (hence me not having the money to get do a bio active rn) I just wanted to get some information.
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