I agree with patm - single species tanks, unless the tank/enclosure is huge. Day geckos, IME, sometimes are not a hand friendly lizard and can be very timid. They can also be territorial and might not like another kind of lizard in such a small enclosure. I would go with anoles as they are active, enjoy the whole tank(not just the walls), and can be 'played' with. Day geckos can be nervous and are excellent at escaping. Try anoles first and then move on from there. Frogs deserve their own tank and most are super boring.
Oh, for example of bad lizard mixing. Here where I live in Florida we have tons of anoles. I could collect a hundred in an hour easy. Most are brown anoles however(non-native) as they have outcompeted the greens for both food and real estate. Browns have no fear of the ground, people, cars, parking lots, cats, birds, etc.. or maybe they are just dumb. At any rate, for every 25 browns I see I spot 1 green. These would not be happy tank mates. Keep us updated.
Last edited by Šank; 02-24-2006 at 09:05 AM.