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A wooden floor to hear them "splash" on, after the initial jump :cool:

Cups of various sizes are a must.

I also have a ringer solution and an Exo Terra electrolyte solution, just in case a frog escapes and I manage to find it before it´s completely dried out.

Around 2008, I had a pumilio cauchero pair, actually my first pumis, and the male escaped. Totally my fault because I nailed together a tank with huge gaps. I found the frog completely dried out and woven into that fluffy carpet I had at that time. You can see the frog in question in my profile pic on the left. It´s a reminder for myself...Today, all my tanks have bulkheads, water drains and drips into buckets. When I work in a tank with the doors open, the sound of a drop of water falling into a bucket, often makes me think a frog just jumped out and I often get really paranoid about it.
 
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