Here's a pic of the tank. There's a very small water feature (if you want to call it that) up front. The original idea here was for this to look like the waters edge and hopefully keep flies in. It works for the most part. Here's a view of the left side from the top. The right side from the top. And a pic of a tad in the water. There are around 5 in there right now. We saw a froglet morph out of this water about a week or so ago. I had Boabab/Jeremy over and he noticed a froglet way up top on a brom. We managed to pull him. Jeremy noticed another on the viv floor. He was able to get that one. This viv holds Bakuis and I have had nothing but SLS from these guys until recently. These two froglets morphed out just fine with no help from Laura or I. I'd like to add that they are the best/largest froglets of the ones we have so far. We have Alanis tads in the tanks to the left of this one and Azureus tads inw to the right. I am AMAZED that they can do so well, in such a tiny amount of water, with no food supplimenting from us. We see zero aggression between the tadpoles. They are all different ages/size. Comments?