I've rescued what looks to be a dainty green tree frog around 4cm long, from a shipment of plants from Queensland. So far I've managed: - An aquarium that's 40cm * 35cm * 35cm. - fibre glass fly wire cover tightly pegged down, have half covered with perspex - A few inches of water that is heated to around 28c by an submersed aqaurium heater. - a piece of viney aquarium safe wood - large pebble substrate - some cuttings of devils ivy - a 5watt heat mat stuck to the glass - 13watt, 10% UVB fluro globe - small crickets and vitamin/calcium powder The issue I'm having is that it's only heating to around 17.5c and neither the pad nor water heater seem to be able to get it above this given the cold Melbourne weather this time of year. This housing is only temporary and was hustled together within an hour of getting the frog. I'm not particularly well versed in frog care so any other tips would be great! Cheers!