I am building a terrarium for a purple pitcher plant (yes, for a plant, lol). I am brainstorming, wondering if there is any type of very small animal at all that can safely cohabit with it, with neither damaging the other. It's just a whim, so it really doesn't matter if I can't find something suitable. I am flexible - anything will do. Herp, invert, etc. Humidity will be high - (consistently 75% or higher) Temps will average 75ºF at night and 85ºF by day. I am using a ten gallon acrylic fish tank with a tight fitting plastic lid. Substrate will be peat, with a surface of sheet moss. No UVB, but will have a bright fluorescent for the plant. I would of course be able to provide hides, water dishes, etc. The critter in question must meet the following criteria. Will not dig excessively. (I can protect the roots from a little digging, but not extensive tunnels) So nothing subterranean. Cannot climb very well. My biggest worry about this project is a small animal falling into the pitcher plant... It's unusual, they often only catch flying insects. Is small enough to live comfortably in a ten gallon. Can live within the above mentioned specs (temp/humid/size/bright light) Would prefer a carnivore/insectivore because I already stock foods for almost every type... The only things I can think of right now are: AFT gecko Small toad of some type. I'm sure one or both of those are not suitable for some reason I am overlooking. Anyways, I'd like to pick your brains. If I can find an animal, great. If not, of well, it was just an idea.