Alright, this will be my first time with these toads. There still aren't any (toads) in the tank, because I want the tank to be completely ready. The water is about 70 degrees F, so I was thinking about getting a submersible heater. Also, the moss will not stay wet, even if I spray it when I turn off the light, the moss is dry by morning. How does the tank look? I know the filter is pretty visible, and the right part of the water side is a little boring, so what should I put there? Any hardy live plants? Any suggestions for the tank are appreciated. Some tips on taking care of the toads would be great too. Any pictures of oriental fire bellied toad tanks for inspiration?
I keep fire-bellied toads, and have a some-what similar set-up. You've done a real good job, looks fantastic. To make the water side more "interesting" You might try putting a larger rock that breaks the water surface over there to give the toads an island. I wouldn't worry about the moss too much, plenty of water available for the toads. If it is a concern to you, you can get a mister that can run off a timer, the only problem is that they are hard to hide. Looks like you have enough room to have a small group of them. You're on the right track, good luck/have fun with them.