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Vixen provides excellent optical tubes which can be used with their respected Vixen Mounts and Tripods. Please check Vixen Tripods, Mounts, etc. to learn about these mounts.

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Achromatic Refractor - 70 mm A70Lf with Mini Porta Mount V2602mini $329.99 
Achromatic Refractor - 70 mm A70Lf with Porta Mount V3225 $399.99 
Achromatic Refractor - 70 mm Space Eye 70 V32752 $199.99 
Achromatic Refractor - 80 mm A80Mf with Porta Mount V3226 $499.99 
Apochromatic refractor 80mm ED 80SF Optical Tube V2618 $699.99 
Apochromatic refractor 80mm ED 80SF w/ PortaMount V3228 $899.99 
Cassegrain VMC110L w/ Porta Mount V33530 $499.99 
Cassegrain VMC110L w/ SkyPod V25006 $1499.99 
Cassegrain VMC95L w/ Mini-Porta Mount V33923 $459.99 
Reflector - 130 mm R130Sf with Porta Mount V3354 $499.99 
Fact: What's the difference between a frog and a toad?

Frogs usually have smooth, moist skin and spend most of their lives in or near water. Toads usually have dry, warty-looking skin and spend more time living on land.

Scientifically, things are a more complicated. Besides the true frogs (Ranidae) and toads (Bufonidae), there are separate families for tree frogs, spadefoot toads, poison-arrow frogs, and several other groups. The order that contains all the frogs and toads is called Salientia (from a Latin word that means "leaping") or Anura ("tailless").

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