Something different than research this time... I found a baby frog in my paludarium! This means that I have created the right circumstances not only for mating but also for the developing tadpoles. Until now I have found tadpoles deposited in plant jars and I took them out into a separate tank (see section Breeding), but this time a spotted a tiny frog on the rim of one of the plant jars! Apparently, the automated rain system works wonderfully in keeping the tank moist, and most importantly, maintaining a minimum water level in the bromelias. In addition, I also found two new tadpoles in a jar and I have transferred them to the breeding tank.
In the pictures below the baby frog. Isn't he cute?