ok, so i found some dart frogs for sale (dendrobates leucomeus) and so i told the store (very very reliable, i swear) to hold three of them for me. So, i went out and bought a 20 gallon long aquarium with regular eclipes lighting and hood, (for humidity preservation). The substrate is gravel with moss over it and a bromeliad plant and another tropical plant i happen to find at walmart (i can't remember the name but i did research and made sure it was safe). I kinda went crazy though. I realized that the tank was too big as soon as i brought it home, the frogs are juvenilles and dart frogs need to be fit to the exact size tank for their size when they are young so they will find their food alright. Should i section off part of the tank with something until they grow a little bit? Should i put them in the large critter keeper that i have? they r not froglets but it's the size that is too large to be froglets and too small to be juvenilles. Any suggestions will help.
i promise i have done my research, i know how to care for these animals but i just need help as every first time dart frog owner would