Advertisement I was reading this site (http://tarantulas.tropica.ru/en/node/570), and it said that some Aphonopelma sp. would co-habit in the T's burrow with Gastrophryne olivacea to help ward off small insects, especially to help protect the eggs against ants. I have never heard of this before. Has anyone ever tried putting the 2 together in captivity? Everyone love co-habitation, so maybe I'll give this a shot with my 'New Rivers". Worst case scenario is I'm out 1 frog, and my T gets an exotic meal! If so, do you think it would best to introduce some ants to the T to create a need, or to put them together first and just feed the frog some ants every now and then?