i beg to differ, first of all, all i see in that picture (witch is quite good) is a green anole eating a cricket, i don't se how that could shoud how aggressive anoles are. yes i know i said they are from the same place, but what i ment is that many species (the caribbean anoles) live in the same habitat although not in the same location. also, i have seen countless enclosures in pet stores and at zoos housing them both together. in particular , the National Baltimore Aquarium, houses them both together in large display cages, they even have an emerald tree boa! in the cage (unlike green tree pythons, emralds only eat warmbloods), in another cage they had about seven D. Galactonotus, a bushmaster (a venomous snake from central america), 3 waxy monkey frogs and some sort of vine snake. also, just today, i was at my local pet store (they carry dart frogs some times) and in about a 30 gallon long they had D. auratus, green anoles, gold dust day geckos and long tail lizards. so don't tell me that they cannot be house together, they can! i would not put froglets in with anything elths though, they are more delicate and shy, but large active adults will be fine, as long as they have enough room.