Mine is with my white's also. I've checked everywhere to find any info that says to keep them solitary but haven't found any.How are you going to circulate it? Mine would not get in water with an airstone (bubble bowl used for anoles) Whit's get pretty large fairly quick, you definately need a large bowl. My water bowl is a corner bowl about 5" on each side. My asian gets in there also. Waterfalls are expensive and can be a pain depending on what substrate you use. My waterfall is on sale at petsmart for $34 but the pump is seperate for$12 , but is well worth it. It raises the humidity alot(keeps me from having to hand spray so much. Exoterra also has a ultrasonic humidifier that fits in the waterfall for$29. I wouldn't recommend it though. Even when I use filtered water, trace minerals build up on it and I end up replacing the copper disk very often. Plus it makes the water very hot! I had the humidifier in a bowl at on time , it boiled my frog! I wouldn't think too much moving water would be bad, but would watch your frog to be sure. They are found on alge covered rocks in streams. They have small toepads to hang on to the rocks, not as big as treefrogs'. Also, unlike white's they are not to be held. This is a pic of my waterfall in the background and one of my waterbowl.