I only used 1 brick for the 75 so far. It covered the bottom nicely, but after I get rockwork in I'll add more. My dad is a big fern freak, so I'll probably be able to swipe some from him. they're not native of Florida, but they're pretty and I know if I have extra I can throw them outside and they can take the winter! Or i'll steal your extras...mmwuhahahahaha.
hmmm, now I've got to re-think my water feature. For some reason I thought that since it was made for cooking, it wouldn't rust, but that just doesn't make any sence, so I'm just crazy. I've got enough spare tanks laying aorund my basement to use one for that, but they're all kind-of tall. And if I did the divider I'd have to take the eco earth out to silicone it in, and I just don't see me being THAT ambitious! Maybe what I'll do is move the little frogs from the 2.5 glass tank into the 2.5 mini bow, which is taller, and use the little glass tank as the water feature. Then I could shove it against the front glass and see the frogs in the water too, as you were suggesting a few posts ago.
my little tadpole grew arms overnight the other night, and was up on the driftwood today. I placed him in the water dish in the 2.5 glass tank with the other frog, and he seems to like that much better (I think the cover offered by the fake plants, orchid and coconut cave makes him a bit more secure. Right now he looks just like the older one, just with a tail! it's so cool. If it keeps going this way, I'll have to use the 75 for a colony of these guys!
Hubby seems to be ok with the frog tank so far, since it hasn't cost a dime yet! And he said he wouldn' mind if I brought home "adoption" frogs from work. yippy! I need to get going on these plants then, huh? hmmmm, najas.......