So as we enter the summer months, our house becomes warmer and our herps become more active. This could mean that I might have some red-eye tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas) tadpoles in the near future (few months). All five of my frogs should be sexually mature and I have at least two possible females. With the increase in humidity and increase in food availability, they should be laying eggs. I have a five gallon pond in their enclosure that seems to be a good place for a handful of tadpoles to mature. It's rich in tannins, detritus, and clean. If I do end up with tadpoles, would several small minnows or shrimp pose a threat to them? The only possible issue I've been contemplating is competition for food. Also, as an aside: One of my females has changed the color she displays while sleeping in the last week. She's now a bright lime green instead of just dark green. Kind of neat.