Re: R. imitator froglets
I fully realize the success of modalities that dont do as I have done, but through the years have used my own techniques with success in bringing along strong babies.
There seems to be great emphasis in creating a high RH, which I have never found necessary with contact moisture and osmotic hydration provision.
Counter-intuitively i have found it more controllable to provide osmotic hydration, air exchange and a 'dryer' perching option as respite from all moist situ and have never had a neonate desiccate from not breathing humid air.
Some of my animals came in, as 'lots counts' shipped in deli cups and were weak but brought to flourish, shocking my employer who was in the exotics business since 1987.
These 'EMT' measures being successful might surely have some inherent general merit of factor.