DartFrog wrote:Yea I think you could make it work but it will need some planning. I would like to find a way to keep the frogs in a certain area of the greenhouse. I dont know how to do that with out a cage.
Interesting thread... I don't know that I would ever try darts in my greenhouse. It is just too big, and while I don't like to spray insecticides, in a plant collection as big as mine sometimes I just have to. And I fertilize constantly. That has to be bad for dart frogs...
However, there are frogs that are resistant... I've heard that coqui frogs are impossible to get rid of, and are actually a nuisance in tropical areas. I'm confident they wouldn't survive a winter (or a spring) up here, though. Is it possible to buy coqui frogs? If I did, could I still send plants to tropical climates (do they lay eggs in plants)? Is it stupid to even think about these frogs when there might be better options?
I'm still confused about greenhouse frogs... Looking for good options. Whites Tree frog was suggested in another thread. Anybody have any other good ideas? Mantellas, maybe?