WOW, great topic.
I had a "chipped" 75g glass tank I was too scared to put water in and deceided to keep 6 dart frogs in it. WHAT a wonderful experience.
Dart frogs are wonderful animals to keep, and offer a challanging hobby. Myself, I was able to breed and sell, and give away a hundred frogs.
I was able to use most of my aquarium substrate, and an internal filter to create both a "damp" and moist environment with a small pool. My frogs flourished, I had a great breeding colony with a excellent environment.
They had a constant supply of fruit flies, form on-line store and home grown. In the summer I ventured to find their favorite, termites. I cultivated turmites from a local woodland park, they went crazy for termintes.
After several years we bought a new home and was not able to "manage" the move in the dead of winter, I lost three frogs all females, and with the intruption of food, and environment, I deceided to give the others away.
Dart Frogs seem senistive to environmental changes, With dart frogs It is important to maintain a constant environment and if you have the chance and time to enjoy them, they are wonderful.
I really miss my Darts.