Hello, first post on this website. I haven't managed to ever keep dart frogs, with the closest being raising local chorus frog tadpoles, but I have kept aquariums for about 10 years. And am currently in University in aquatic biology. After a tragic crack happened on my 125 gallon aquarium a few weeks back I decided to turn it into a paludarium for dart frogs. After all the talk my roomate had about his dart frogs a few years back I became interested enough to do this as an interesting remedy for my tank. I plan on a ledge built from cork bark flats/tubes around the edge if I can find any smaller local pieces. After the substrate and a few more plants (ficus, bromeliads, and some ferns as well as a decent amount of aquatic plants) and bioactive organisms like isopods and springtails. My plan is four Ranitomeya Amazonica "Iquitos" and Amazon fishes (Cardinal tetras, hatchetfish and a trio of dwarf cichlids) to round a Amazon oriented livestock. Definitely the most interesting build I've ever done! Cheers.