Hello, my name is Leanne and I accidentally acquired a frog 2 days ago. I ordered some bog plants from a lady near Orlando, FL and when they arrived on Saturday there was a hitchhiker in the box. I've determined this teensy guy is a Little Grass Frog (Pseudacris ocularis). These guys are the smallest North American frog and he is about 1/2 inch long without his legs stretched. They are technically tree frogs though they spend much of their time in bogs, swamps, and meadows. He's not native to Memphis, TN so I can't release him. There's very little info on these guys as they aren't really kept in captivity. I've never cared for a reptile and I would sure appreciate any advice I can get. I put him in a mason jar with a screen top while I ran to the pet store. I bought a 3 gallon critter keeper box (the largest they had in stock), water dechlorinator, and some fruit flies. I put a couple branches and leaves in the box, as well as one of the plants he came with since a large portion of their diet is springtails & the plant might have those in the peat. My local pet store doesn't sell springtails. He has a water dish and a dish with water and sphagnum moss. I was extremely worried he wouldn't make it, but I guess he is eating the fruit flies. Yesterday evening he took a soak in the sphagnum and this morning he was stuck to the side of the critter keeper instead of hiding. I guess it's a good sign that he's moving around now. I offered one mini mealworm last night, but he hadn't eaten it by the time I left for work this morning. I realize this enclosure is on the small side even for a guy this tiny. I also don't have any substrate in there currently. I figure I need to order some springtails and get a vitamin/mineral supplement. Will that cover all the basics or have I missed something? Here's a few other questions I have: I would like to know if the R-Zilla Flexible Critter Cage will keep fruit flies in. If not, does anyone have suggestions for an enclosure that is fruit fly proof? Is this guy too small to eat pinhead crickets? They certainly weren't listed in any dietary info I could find and they might be huge compared to something like springtails, mealybugs, and the other foods listed as making up their diet. I read a minimum recommended enclosure size for a single frog is around 10 gallons, but that's for frogs alot larger than this guy! Since he won't ever get larger than 1/2 inch, could he be happy in a 7 gallon enclosure? Thanks in advance for any advice!