K thanks but I don't want a creator I was thinking of a samller gecko or a frog salamnder or invertsHiya!
If you can spare any more height it would be ok for a crestie, otherwise I think you'd be looking at inverts - which I know nothing about! remember you'll lose about 6inches to substrate.
by the time you've got a false bottom in there for drainage and planted it, theres honestly not a lot that would live in that. perhaps a very small lizard like a bark anole? i don't know how big they are fully grown but i always see small ones. gargoyle gecko would prob be OK. you could look up some very small frogs perhaps?I was planning on making a living viv and wondered what reptiles or amphibians or inverts could live in it and the biggest in cage size I would go is 18x18x18 inches.
You've said something I've been thinking for years... A LOT of people get there dimensions massively muddled on here... I'm pretty sure there would be a gaggle of people that wouldn't no that 18 inches is a foot and a half.I just want to put it out there that most people recommend 2 foot x 1 foot for a Leopard Gecko which is a floor space of 288 sq inches. This guys viv will have a floor space of 324 sq inches which in my mind in bigger (I may be slightly retarded but I wasn't the last time I checked) and therefore should easily meet the needs of a small lizard or two. Also not all planted vivs need to be inhabited by an arboreal gecko never mind a Crestie or Gargoyle.
Back to the suggestions, have you thought about a Goni? I have my G. Lichtenfelderi in a planted set up and it is doing great. I'm also in the middle of finishing new planted vivs for everything I own including Leos and other desert species.