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    You will need broad leafed plants that can support there weight, spathiphyllum and pothos are good, hardy choices. See the Red-Eyed Leaf Frog article for more info.
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    Hi, red eyes aren't a species I've ever kept, but the basic treefrog things will hold true- lots of perches, especially up high in the tank, and lots of plants for places to hide and more places to sit on. There's a red-eyed care article (link is on the left panel) if you haven't seen it already. You can also search for "Red-Eyed Leaf Frog", "red-eyes" or variations in the vivarium section for more inspiration.

    I'd suggest that there's no rush- take your time in setting up a good and stable habitat before you get your frogs- even if it means you have to wait awhile before the next frog expo comes to your area. In any case, good luck, and feel free to keep posting your construction progress or questions in the vivarium section
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