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I'm going to echo what James says. It's probably not a good idea to mix. I'm not going to tell you that it can't be done. However, while reef tank skills will transfer some what, dart frogging _is_ different. I'm pretty confident that setting up a single species enclosure will provide plenty of challenges and rewards to keep you satisfied for years to come. And as far as variation, imitators _are_ awesome. Especially some of the variable imitators like the Veradero imitator and the huallaga imitator.... I wish you luck (and I'm incredibly grateful that you are willing to heed the advice of experienced froggers rather than becoming obstinate the way many of the mixing threads on this board end up).

I have a really nice 65gal viv with a pair of Almirante Pumilios, a three tincs, and an orange terribilis.
A mixed tank that doesn't even hit triple digits in size with a trio of one of the most aggressive pound-for-pound frogs in the hobby, a communal frog, and a pair of semi-arboreal frogs one third the size of the aggressive frog (which could really use all 65 gallons to themselves).... I can't imagine anything going wrong in this tank....
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