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Posted by lele on May 07, 2003 at 15:17:04:
In an article on Cham E-zine (Sept. 2002 issue - see link below) the author writes about housing Brookesia spp. with other herps that have similar requirements. He mentions in particular - and I quote: "...Mantellas can add a splash of color, reed frogs (Heterixalis sp.) can add some nighttime activity, rain frogs (Scaphiophryne sp.) make interesting but seldom seen additions, small Uroplatus and Phelsuma can also be added. The construction of such vivaria is beyond the scope of this article but there are many resources available to get you started in this interesting and rewarding hobby."
I am actually getting Tanzania Stump-tailed (Rhampholeon brevicaudatus) so the additional spp. may vary, but I am wondering if anyone has done this, suggestions, websites, etc. Any thoughts/info appreciated!