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Old 03-30-2018, 02:25 PM
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Default Re: Cool/ Montane/ Elevated Amphibians?

Originally Posted by charoozz520 View Post
Are you set on only frogs? I have some highland Nepenthes species which also require low temperatures and I have been looking into turning it into a vivarium with Salamanders, especially Arboreal Salamanders (Aneides sp.).

Here's a link on them: Marc Staniszewski's Arboreal Salamander Care Sheet

The generally require temperatures in the 50s-60s which I think would be perfect for such a setup.
Like I said in the original post I'm totally open to the idea of arboreal salamanders haha! I don't know if I've ever in my life seen arboreal salamanders that were commonly available though, but I'd be down.
Any diurnal ones? That's my biggest draw to dendrobatids; they give you something to exhibit.
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