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    Here are some of my bioactive builds:

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    Luna, R. auriculatus
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    Leia, M. chahoua
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    Beaker, E. agricolae
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    Diesel, R. leachianus
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    Ziggy, E. macularius



    I have to give props to the reptile group, Reptiles and Amphibians Bioactive Setups for helping me along the way throughout the years.
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    Hey! These are great. I'm wondering, with your experience, the little insects that you have to put into bioactive vivariums... do you think they are compulsory? Do you think I could upkeep a bioactive vivarium without the little bugs that go into the substrate? I know their benefits it's just my viv is in my room and free to run around insects kind of creep me out! Any help is appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeahB View Post
    Hey! These are great. I'm wondering, with your experience, the little insects that you have to put into bioactive vivariums... do you think they are compulsory? Do you think I could upkeep a bioactive vivarium without the little bugs that go into the substrate? I know their benefits it's just my viv is in my room and free to run around insects kind of creep me out! Any help is appreciated

    You started your own thread about this, so continue discussing your question(s) in that thread. There's no need to duplicate things, it just makes it difficult to keep track. Use this thread: Insects in a bioactive vivarium

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