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I am trying to make locality specific vivaria. At the moment, I'm doing one for Typhlonectes natans, Ranitomeya imitator "Varadaro", and Ranitomeya variabilis "Southern". All three are low land species, which is fine. In addition to that, I want some highland species that can go with sympatric orchids that like it cool.

Any suggestions? Thanks.
 

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highland lamasi like it a bit cooler, but not down into the 50s cool...Are you focusing on Peruvian biotopes? Sounds fun. Id personally love to do a Colombian cloud forest biotope...come on Understory, lets have some Colombian Ranitomeya!
 

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Some defleri would be awesome in a Colombian biotype. Although I think it's more of a lowland specie. Are there any highland Colombian ranitomeya?
 

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If the frogs fall into the water the Typhlonectes will eat them if they get the slightest chance.

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I poorly worded the first post. When I say locality specific vivaria, that means only animals and plants from the location in that tank. Those animals do not exist together, and vivaria is plural.
 
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