Southern Brown Tree Frog (Litoria ewingii) and Marbled gecko compatibility?

Discussion in 'Australian Lizards and Monitors' started by Timewarp2300, Jan 25, 2018.

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  1. Timewarp2300

    Timewarp2300 New Member

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    Recently, my large female marbled gecko died of old age (on christmas morning aswell!) and left my smaller, 12 cm female all alone. I was in the process of getting another female for the terrarium, when i remembered seeing marbled geckos and brown tree frogs in abundance together, even sharing space under logs/bark up at Marysville. This got me thinking. If i retrofit my enclosure with a shortened bottom of a cricket tub filled with moss, scoria(so land creatures can easily crawl out) and some more moss, could they live in the same enclosure? Their bodies are around the same size fully grown, and the sbtf is not a "aquatic" frog as such (like my spotted marsh frogs) i hear of people keeping dart frogs and mourning geckos together all the time in the good ol us of a, and they get along just fine. Any thoughts on this?
     
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