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I have 10 gallon vertical tank.

As previously stated this tank was meant for pygmy chameleons.

Since, I have the tank constructed....it would be wasteful not to arrange for some frogs.

Can someone steer me in the direction as far as what species can be kept in this size tank?
 

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Pair of D. Leucomelas or a pair of D. Auratus or pair of P. Vittatus or pair of Thumbnails will do. If it's a vertically oriented one - Thumbnails will be better. Anyway photo is highly needed.
 

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With a 10 gallon vert your looking at a pair of vents or imis. I don't think it would be enough room for anything else.
 

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The way it is now, nothing. Get the dirt covered up by a nice layer of leaf litter. Also, add a background (a simple clay or corkbark background could be put in without tearing everything else up) so you can mount some plants up there. Once all that is done, you might be able to keep a pair of vents or imitators, but not a pair of terrestrial frogs.
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