Long story short, a small grey tree frog found its way into our home, landed on my wife's shoulder as she sat on the couch, and spooked the tarnation of her. His reward, a new habitat in a 10 gallon aquarium, and we named him Spook. I know very little about frogs, but I'm doing the best I can to keep this little guy alive. From my research I know that he's a grey tree frog. I am assuming that it is a he because of the orange/red color on his belly/legs. Please correct me if I'm wrong. We'd like to get him a mate (opposite gender preferably). But I don't know the first thing about catching a frog. If I could find a grey tree frog at the pet store, I'm not so sure it'd be a good idea putting the two in the same tank. I've been giving him feeder crickets, about 4 every other day. This seems to be working, but I'm wondering what kind of diet others would recommend. Right now I don't have heat/sun lamp on the tank, but we keep where the thermostat is set, its within his comfort zone. Should I get him a lamp anyway? I'm using potting soil with live plants, rocks and water bowl set into the soil to simulate a pond. I saw something on petsmart.com hydo-balls. They sugest using a water pump to create a water fall, so that the water flows trough the hydo-balls which helps to filter the water. I'm wondering if any has tried this, or would recommend it. I'm going to be transferring the little guy to a 30 gallon tank and was pondering different terrarium setups. If anyone could help me with these questions, or be willing to share any other advise, I'd be very grateful. My wife and boys love this thing, so I'm trying my best to keep him alive for them. Thanks!!