I’ve come to realize that an 800 sq ft condo is no longer suitable for my frogkeeping and therefore I will be selling everything off! But the 1st stage will be to find a responsible herp keeper to take on an accidental hybrid group of 5 darts. Let me start by saying in NO way support cross breeding (for all the known reasons of maintaining species integrity)! This was an unexpected & dumb accident that I learned even a short term mixing can result in unwanted hybrids. As happened to me about a year ago when I thought it would be ok to keep a lone male Leucomelas in a 48” wide tank with some Super Blue Auratus for a few days while I rebuilt his tank in anticipation of some new arrival mates for him. I never thought he would be interested or even get opportunity to mate with the female. And I didn’t realize they even did until out a batch of 5 tads one started to colour up as yellow. Not having the heart to cull them as was my own fault (and no visible disabilities were present) I accepted the responsibility of keeping them segregated and to themselves. And I hate to admit it but they yellow guy is rather cool looking lol. But please do not ever try this yourself! There is a ton of info online as to the problems that occur from doing so. And as I said initially, I have decided to no longer keep frogs due to space issues. I’ve greatly enjoyed caring/breeding them for many years and it would be a different story if I lived in a house! And to that end, I 1st need to deal with rehoming this hybrid group to a reputable & experienced keeper who can provide them a tank to live out their lives in peace and harmony amongst themselves. In terms of compensation I’d be open to bids from reputable members only please. Wasn't sure if this should be posted in Marketplace if I am re-homing based on offers? Once this group has been re-homed & I sell my remaining Super Blue Auratus juries & breeding group, I’ll be able to sell sell off some tanks & supplies. Thanks al lot for your understanding & consideration.