I am always intrigued by how people can get good results with the same frogs using very different approaches. I remember reading Alexander Stubbs sharing that his lamasi liked their viv flooded for best breeding results and thinking I might have to go that route with the panguanas only to have them fire up like crazy in a relatively dry viv. Right now I'd be afraid to put them in a flooded viv - they are currently working six clutches of eggs simultaneously :shock:
So I just copied the conditions roughly roughly when I got the green legged lamasi and so far I've morphed out 3 froglets and have 20 tads in the water from this one pair that I received 4 months ago....weird but I won't complain.
I concur about the absence of 'poo walking' - one of the things I can't stand about imis and intermedius. I rarely see the green leggeds but when I do it is always a treat. Plus the tadpoles look like circus clowns :P