I previously talked about setting up a carnivorous plant terrarium, and possibly adding an amphibian (or pair, if something compatible) to it. I derailed that plan when I found out that to properly winterize my Fly Traps, they would need to be sprayed with fungicide for their annual dormancy, which of course, is not compatible with amphibians. Upon further research, The way I was doing dormancy (in the fridge, because I did not have other viable option where I was at) actually makes them prone to mold. Now that I am here in Michigan, I have a utility room that is cooler than the rest of the house, and gets indirect sunlight, perfect for fly trap dormancy, without having spray them with chemicals. The fly traps need to be there 3 months out of the year. I can either make them removable (from rest of terrarium) or have second terrarium available for my amphibians during the winter months, because they would not likely enjoy the temps in my utility room. So, now that I figured out how to do carnivorous plants without the fungicides, I am once again brainstorming appropriate amphibians. Over the winter, I will be setting up a 40 gallon terrarium, with a glass lid, and plenty of light (probably fluorescent) and a TON of humidity. The springtails, fruit flies, and other small insects would not only be food for the herp, but the plants as well. I'm looking for something that absolutely will not dig, as I cannot have it digging into the roots and bulbs of the plants. It can be an arboreal species, but terrestrial would be very nice. So far I am thinking of doing either dart frogs, or a small salamander. Open to suggestion, as I have plenty of time to figure out what (if any) amphibians I would like to inhabit this terrarium. Thanks for reading.