He's talking about the Sansevieria trifasciata.I originally intended this Viv for reed frogs but it did so on bad information thinking that they stayed on the ground and in the water mostly. Now I know that I was wrong I would like to house something in the tank I have already built. I don't have any succulents.
I am going to get a small submersible filter and I am not going to get freshwater clams anymore.
Thanks for your help
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If you are housing firebellies in there now, o would not put anything else in there later. Whatever nasties the toads might be carrying are now part of your plaudarium. As fare as the food chain thing, you are not going to find and animals that can live on just feeders cultured within the tank. There is simply not enough diversity to donso within a small glass box. And for mixing firebelly species? Why? The only other species I've ever seen for sale was maxima, and they were pretty expensive, if I remember correctly, and might be inclined to try the orientalis for a snack. Also I doubt that what you saw was breeding.I haven't found a good crab species to live in the tank.
Fire belly toads are good for the tank they don't use the land very much but am temporarily housing two oriental fire bellies right now in the tank and I even saw them breeding yesterday. If I am going to house fire bellies I would like to have at least two different species of fire belly has anyone ever try'd this?