Iíve been keeping local D. auratus for almost 4yrs. Back in Oct 2015, captured a juvenile in Manoa Valley, here on the island of Oahu.
She developed into a fine female in my 1st vivarium which was much smaller (12x12x18).
I started a 2nd vivarium (24x18x18) in February this year.
While hiking in Manoa, earlier in April, found a tadpole in a bromeliad axil.
It developed into a froglet in the 2nd vivarium.
Earlier this week, a rescued male adult auratus was donated. It was found in a dry industrial area, not known to support normal dart frog conditions.
All are coexisting well
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