Hey, thanks for the replies. I have quite some time before I am ready to purchase some frogs. I just rebuilt my viv and need to get a few more plants, and then let it all fill in again.
I promise to post some pictures once I get a new battery for my camera! :roll:
So, another question: Since I am not going to be putting any frogs in the viv for a few months, should I even bother with leaf litter at this point? The reason I ask is that (before I tore it all apart to rebuild it) I noticed tiny little critters moving around in the viv sometimes. (like tiny white worm things, or itty bitty snails, or other very small bugs.) I thought to myself "hey maybe frogs would snack on those".
But without frogs living in the tank, wouldn't the population of such little critters, get out of control? And wouldn't leaf litter provide possible sources of these little organisms? Should I wait on the leaf litter until I am much closer to adding frogs? Or is it beneficial to get the stuff in there and "age"?.
By the way, I have never owed any dart frogs. :shock: But I have been doing research for a couple YEARS, and have built my viv specifically for this purpose. This forum board is the nicest bunch of folks I have yet encountered.