I am going to start my living room display very soon and am brainstorming the design of the tank. I will be making a nice build journal btw so stay posted!! 4x3x2 180gal tank! I will have 4x orange black foot, 3x mint and 2 yellow in there! Rest assured, no offspring will be kept. But then again, rest assured, those black foot are gonna get into a breeding tank if I ever see em going around with tadpoles haha! Please do not pollute my thread with flaming! I have been in this hobby for a while, I've tried several things, some worked, some didn't and I am fully able to monitor real well my animals. I won't even go on with why and how I know what I am doing as this is unimportant but to all you newbies reading this, just understand that I have several years or experience, and I have been running an exotic pet refuge for 5 years now. I wouldn't advise anyone to try any of what is going to be said in this thread, because it has absolutely no "pros" other than for our own eyes. BUT If you wanna share your EXPERIENCES, or KNOWLEDGE, well this is exactly why I created that thread so please share the wealth! I think we all know now, that it is actually possible, specially with such big tank and experienced keeper to have mixing done without "cons" either! Obviously it gets harder when something happens but I'll remind you I am running an exotic pet refuge... I have several empty vivarium ready at all times and will actually be keeping the vivariums that the frogs are currently in, empty just in case, because as of now, they're separated. Terribilis and auratus? Auratus are very shy... most of the time hiding...while the terribs would be in the open but I am worried they might not even come out anymore because of the high activity of the terribs. Anyone ever tryed that combo? Terribs and small arboreal lizards? diurnal or nocturnal? What about terribs and a pond where I could have some killifishes or maybe danios or any other cheap tough fishes? If I am going to do fishes, the tank will have a big sump btw. Are terribs known to stupidly drown? Would they be able to get out with plants/branches accross the water? Terribs and treefrogs? If I can find small/med sized treefrogs that won't mess the glass, and stay in the foliage/branches, that could be quite interesting too! Any other ideas? Anyways, waiting for you guys reply because like I said, still am in the brainstorming process. On that, I will go start making a small video as an intro to my journal! Thanks in advance for your advice/expertise!