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CharlieBob98 05-09-2019 10:48 AM

Lizards, amphibians that can be kept with fish.
 
Hi currently looking into getting a tank set up, just wondering if people have any ideas of any small amphibians or lizards that can be kept with fish, thanks. Any feed back is appreciated

dps51 07-09-2019 11:11 AM

you could go with a salamander
or a nice pair of dart frogs would look nice

ian14 07-09-2019 07:54 PM

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Originally Posted by CharlieBob98 (Post 13315439)
Hi currently looking into getting a tank set up, just wondering if people have any ideas of any small amphibians or lizards that can be kept with fish, thanks. Any feed back is appreciated

It depends on how you are setting them up. You really need to separate the tank before nto a paludarium. Fish in water, frogs etc on land.

wilkinss77 08-09-2019 02:05 PM

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Originally Posted by ian14 (Post 13315843)
It depends on how you are setting them up. You really need to separate the tank before nto a paludarium. Fish in water, frogs etc on land.

I've already suggested 3 species of fully aquatic frogs suitable for keeping in an aquarium with fish, in the lizard section where the OP has asked the same question. Whether or not he chooses to read it or take any notice of it is up to him.

aquarist 16-05-2020 04:07 PM

Dwarf frogs work well with small fish, just have to be careful to make sure they are getting the food they need since they are slow eaters.


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