I have three Ranitomeya imitators reserved for delivery once the weather breaks (hopfully within the next month or i may be taking a weekend road trip lol) i cant wait for my new froggies, and started their tank set up in the mean time. i have never owned this specific breed of dart before, so comments are very welcome. (this is live planted the only fake plant is the ivy stuff untill the live one grows more) second i have a question, there is probally no one that can answer this though. i have an adult red spotted newt i rescued from a construction site i was working on last season. he was accidently cold tacked into a road. i took him home to clean him up and nurse him back to health, he will be released back to the wild as soon as it is warm enough. does anyone know if i can let him stay in the pond area i have in this tank? he is almost entirely aquatic, so i put him there while cleaning his enclosure. here he is sitting on the water return he travels from there back into he water. he just about 100% aquatic. anyway please respond if you have any experience attempting to house these animals together (again this is a temp uuntil he is released) please don't respond that they are not native to the same area etc. i am asking for responses from anyone who has attempted this or similar pairing if it is possible for a month or two. he is healthy and well now for weeks, his problem was being covered in tack (the sticky stuff you put to hold road patches together) not sickness.