I’m not sure how they’d like the shark or dojo loach but they should be fine with everything else. Just be aware that they are slow eaters so if you put them with the mollies or platties just drop frozen blood worms in front of them so that it sinks where they can see them
I know some people recommend keeping them as a species only tank, because they eat so slow and they can be fine nippers. However don't take that as law.. I am going to tag midna because I know she has from experience!! Oh and babiimoore
can you list all your tanks and their inhabitants please, including sizes? adfs do best in species-only tanks, but people have kept them with fish without any problems. they need warm water, around 80 degrees.
I keep mine with Betta and mystery snails. They are alright.
Although I've kept them with many peaceful community fish (bettas, platies, rams, plecos, guppies, etc. No sharks or loaches) I agree they're probably best kept in a frog-only tank due to the feeding challenges involved. Your fish will get sick or fat from too many bloodworms, while the frogs go underfed. However, there are workarounds if you're up for the challenge because watching them interact with fish is half the fun.
I've never seen an injury or serious act of aggression between them. The frogs have this fake lunge they do to keep them at bay, the equivalent of jumping up saying "Boo!" It seems to work for them, as the fish are usually more intimidated than the frogs. (I have lots of GIFs and AVI clips of these funny moments but can't figure out how to post them)
Anyway, it helps to have separate feeding areas, and a turkey baster becomes their god. They learn very fast. Some use a breeding net a meal time, or a tank divider that can be used and removed quickly.