Well, maybe not quite so technicolour, but still.
I wouldn't mind a mix, myself. It would add a little variety to the tank. The only iffy thing about it is that they are exclusively carnivorous, so I would have to leave crickets in the tank. This frustrates me, since they can get behind the foam backdrop and stay tucked away, chirping into the wee hours of the morning. The only saving grace is that the crickets will probably have to be smalls; too young to be able to chirp. Then again, I'm probably just over thinking this. A war-band of fleet-footed anoles is surely a match for a couple small crickets.
I have also been putting some thought into making an aquatic/terrestrial hybrid tank. I've drawn a couple sketches for a vertical hybrid tank, but... I can't get frogs with my current living condition, so there aren't many options of creatures to put in it.
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I'll write up another post soon (hopefully) on some research into making moss which I found while looking over some caudata sources.