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    I keep mourning geckos with my dart frogs, well in the display tank anyway! These work out great. I also added a red eft that has been in the tank for around 2 yrs now.
    I have never had a luc that was shy.. they always seem bold when I have them.
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    Well, as the owner of a 9 yr old Uromastyx, I'm not sure I would call them "active." He has his moments when he's strutting around, but for the most part he wanders out of his cave still half asleep a couple hours after his heat light comes on, then basks for a bit, has some brunch, then basks for the rest of the day. Occasionally he'll walk around a little, but that's about it. LOL

    I'm also gonna throw in a vote for the day geckos. They are pretty cool little guys. I've always thought dart frogs were really neat too.
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    I was wondering if you could keep a gliding treefrog with terrestrial dart frogs or mantellas in a taller natural set-up. My new CB gliding tree-frog is amazing, I would say prettier than a red-eyed, but harder to keep if they are stressed.

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