thanks for the reply. i wish the pest was aphids, b/c they would not be a problem. it would be like you said "a froggy buffet"
. but they are much smaller than that and i only see them in the soil. the best i have found to describe them would be a cyclamen mite, but i still dont know how to get rid of them safely before adding the plants to my vivarium. washing the plant is the only thing i know to do. i think the darts would still eat them too, but if they cause this much harm to my plants they are not worth the risk. i would try to get a pic, but they are too small for my crappy digital camera to take a decent pic.
grrr, this is frustrating.. .
1.1.0 Hawaiian Auratus (reticulated), 2.1.? Leucomelas, 3.2.0 Cobalt Tincs, 1.0.0 Camo Auratus, 3.0.1 Yellowback Tincs, 0.0.3 Azureus and lots of tads!