Originally Posted by shadowpony
*sighs* First, I must say that I'm very tired and irritable. Also, I skimmed, so if I missed something, sorry. ADFs are hard to feed with other fish. They are almost blind, and have a hard time finding their food. They may latch on to a betta's tail. A betta may bite a frog's delicate leg. It's risky business with bettas and ADFs. ADFs are social and need a buddy to come out and play alot. They are ok alone but better with friends.
*edit* thekinetic umm.. ADF/betta tanks are risky. There is about a 50/50 chance that it will work. I think that ADFs are fragile. Without proper care, they simply waste away.
I did my research and most of my sources, including a frog forum, said that they do well usually. There are some instances where they will get at each other but thta's the risk in any betta tank with any tank mate.
The food they make for frogs/tadpoles are pellets designed to sink. The frogs are also not blind they just a blind spot in front of them and thus they will usually eat at the bottom by looking off the side of their head. Qhich is why gravel is not recommended, with sand it can easily pass through without issue.
I'll find the link for the forum and post it for any further info.