I lucked out and found firebellies yesterday. It turns out suppliers are weather conscious this time of year and consequently amphibians and reptiles can be in short supply. I ended up with two pairs. Which is good. The one male is a bit of a sex pest, and when he makes his courting call it sounds like a middling size dog barking out in the yard just out of sight. It was driving my dogs nuts, because they couldn't see the interloper. I have no idea why the acoustics bounced the sound the way they did, but it was funny all the same. They are absolutely voracious. I put 20 or so crickets in the tank with them yesterday afternoon when I brought them home. Today, there wasn't a single cricket left, and a feeder guppy became breakfast because it swam straight up to one of the toads. Darwin in action! The local big box carries wingless fruit flies. I'm seeiously kicking around the idea of picking some up to culture. It will make the pitcher plants happy, and give everyone else something to hunt. Other updates as I find out for myself things I didn't come across in my reading.