My very first pumilio bastimentos rfb larva is in this bromelia leaf pocket. But, after a month now, it starts to die (the leaf). I do not think it will last 2 more months, hold water, for the larva to fully turn into a froglet.
At least some species make a mental map of their environment and remember where they left their kids.I have read that you can transfer tadpoles to a different bromeliad axel and the mother will still feed them. I'm not sure how they find them. Tadpoles will sometime vibrate. Maybe that is how she finds them?
If it happens to start leeking or brealing down, just transfer the tadpole tona nearby (empty) axil of that bromeliad.Thanks all. As long as it is still holding water i’ll leave it. I just hope it will not suddenly stop being watertight and i am too late. But, it also nature i guess