my first 90g viv

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I have chosen a front opening 90 gal viv for my first attempt at dart frogs.
I plan to put luecs in and was wondering how many i could fit in a 90 gal?
you could FIT about 100 in there if you wanted to stack them nicely.... :roll:

How 'bout this question: How many Leucs would be a safe amount in a viv that size?

I'd reccommend 3.2 max......that's 5 total frogs - 3 males and 2 females.

3.1 would be good too......

Even though they are tiny as froglets.....they grow quickly.

"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana".
will a leuc apreciate a waterfall and river with a pond or would that be more suited for an azereus
Most all darts can exist perfectly fine without any water feature whatsoever.

There has really not been anything said that supports water features as being nessasary or important to dart frogs.

Totally up to you....but I would go "simple" for your first viv and skip the major water features.

Darts are also poor swimmers and can drown.

"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana".
the water feature is already set in stone but dont worry im aware they are bad swimmers and have left everything very shallow. Thanks for the help by the way i apprieciate it not to many people are very courtious these days.

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