Ok, this is awesome! Thank you.I'd like this thread to be a place where we can link to videos and pictures of Dendrobatids in their natural habitat. The more we study the environments to which our frogs are adapted, and their behaviors in those environments, the more able we are to provide those conditions in captivity...www.dendroboard.com
I’ll keep looking at more auratus in Panama, but I see some terrestrial plants in the videos that look like the anthurium I’m considering. Long, thin leaves and kind low to the ground. And yes, lots of leaf litter.
I’ve noticed my froglet loves to perch on the larger magnolia leaves I put over the smaller oak leaves in the temporary tank, so those seem like keepers.
Guess I know what I’m doing after my kid goes to bed … And I’m usually nagging at him that YouTube content isn’t that valuable. 🤓