11-27-2009, 03:32 PM
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they will eat fish sadly, they will just pick them off and eat them, but a few poison dart frogs would be good, im pretty shure there are nonvenomous ones. i would just order them online, all u gotta make shure that the humidity is way up they. as for the fish, you will need fish that can stand 70-80 degrese water. not shure if the cuppies and mollies can but ill let u figure that out. another thing is that you will need a few heat lamps and a uv lamp. i would definatly recomend going live plants, in and out of the water. get about 10 inches out of the water and 1 inch in the water, that will leave u some space for like 3 fish. the dart frogs also look a lot better in a natural looking enviorment and i think you enjoy them better, so dont go cheap and get colored gravel, use some nice ground moss and some wood chipps or something. you can use almost any plants withought flowers nad some with flowers although i would try to find some that live in rainforests that the frog lives in. you will also need a lot of vines, id recomend getting a viney backround or going to joan fabrics, picking up a BUNCH of fake plants and suction cups and putting it on the back, it will give it that vines wall look and will provide sufficient cover, just like fish, the more hiding places they have the more secure they feel so they come out more, make shure there are millions of tiny crevaces and caves and bushes for them to hide in! btw if u did a 40gal breeded u could fit like 4 pdfs in there and like 10 fish. the only thing i recomend is MAKE IT LOOK NATURAL! you will definatly love it a lot more withought the silly backgrounds and cheap plants and silly colored gravel trust me! oh two more tips, when picking the fake plants get them a dark color, the lighter the faker. and second make shure if the frogs fall in the water they have a way to get out, like a branch. all this would also aply to a crested gecko, i would really recomend checking them out!