Originally Posted by Brian317
No, they are not egg feeders and I am not determined to remove eggs...it just seems like it would be easier to remove them if/when the time came without broms in the vivarium....but I'm curious if that would spook the thumbs further having their "spots" removed in which they spend most of the day in.
I have a few broms that could be removed with no hassle, but the larger two, especially the very large on in the corner, would be a complete pain in the butt !
I'm just curious on the subject and would like the opinions of fellow members to enhance my knowledge on the subject
I think you should consider the frogs' wants and needs above all else. If they truly appreciate that Brom, let them live in it. I agree, it is a bit taxing on the patience to look into a viv and see nothing but plants 99% of the time, but this is where they will feel the most secure, particularly since they've become attached to that Brom for security, etc. The only other thing I would suggest is a feeder station to draw them toward the flies, and in turn more visible. However, I just had this approach go terribly wrong when an ant army decided they wanted the banana too...
Best of luck! BTW, I think the viv looks very good,