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Stocking My 75 Gallon Paludarium

I have a new 75 gallon paludarium that is i need of some herps. I was going to put african reed frogs in the tank but I was told my tank wouldn't suit them. In the water I am going to put in a mix of freshwater plankton (daphnia, coped's, aphids and a few others that will hopefully cultivate in the tank. I will then put in some killifish that will hopefully thrive off of the plankton.

I would like to have all of the food cultivate in my tank so I will likely have sprigtails and isopods but i'm not sure what other food sources I could have in the tank. Also I need suggestions for the top predator.

So, what are your suggestions for the land food chain?
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*there are some guppies and fire belly toads being temporarly housed in the tank that might be in the pictures*
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