ok i took the very first aquarium plant i ever had, an A. barteri, out of my infected 20L cleaned it, and put it in my exo-terra. its rhizome was divided multiple times, but this is what is left, and its still not a bad size. i also took out my large petite anubias. when i went to plant them, i noticed that the anubais i had in there before grew a red leaf.
imagine if it started growing all red. how cool would THAT be?
anyway here are some pics of the plants (new, old, and red):
new and old anubias side by side
a. barteri in its new spot
petite in its new spot
tillandsia and vine
update on the phelsuma:
i have witnessed the female eat. i almost never see the male, and since i got pics of him, i have not seen him in the open, but i know both are relatively healthy. there is plenty of fecal matter. it would take both to sh*t that much, so they are both eating and active enough to find the food and bask enough to digest it and drink enough to stay alive to eat it and bask.
ive also come up with names for the invisible geckos: Hyperion (male), and Metis (female); after titan gods of greek mythology.