So I started taking apart the 90 gallon to deal with my spider mite issue. I'm picking up a 10 lb block of dry ice tomorrow. I start trimming back all the plants, and then I pull out the highly infected pothos plant. WHAM. Ants EVERYWHERE. Apparently they have built an entire colony in the pothos plant. When I yanked it out, they scattered. Taking eggs and running like little panicked sugar ants. I finished tearing out the plants and shut it back up, hoping the majority will stay in there. Really, the sight made me want to throw up. So how did they get there? Its not like it just happened, although I don't know how fast ants make nests and reproduce. We have had a few scattered sugar ants in the kitchen and dining room for about 3 weeks now. Its possible they came IN the pothos when I bought it 6 months ago. Then there is the chance a few found a home and started reproducing at the start of the summer. Any clue what I should do to keep this from happening again? To start I'll be getting ultra fine screening, the kind they can't come through, and cover up all my vents. In fact I'm going to cover up everything BUT where the heat fixture is. Of course this will only keep bugs out, and do nothing if I get them in a plant. Honestly, this is the 2nd time in a year I have had problems like this, and I'm considering getting rid of live plants all together. Its not very fun and there will be less humidity.... but I'm tired of the trouble. The good news is the frogs seem unharmed. I did a full look over today and inspected them all under some warm water. Cleaned them off, looked at their legs. No bite marks. They are in a 60 gallon rubbermaid tote with some screen venting and heat bulbs. Nothing but paper towel, a few branches, a fake plant and a water dish. Hopefully I'll get some #2's and hopefully they will be normal.