Poison arrow frogs that lay their eggs in bromeliads produce tadpoles that can be incubated in situ, meaning that you leave the eggs in the cage. I remove the eggs unless the tadpoles have to be reared on eating their mothers' infertile eggs. I would recommend any species that feeds on infertile eggs be reared in situ.
Bromeliad breeders will often take care of their young. If you incubate in situ, remove any froglets as soon as you see them in the cage and place them into their own enclosures. You should also be aware that females will eat other females’ eggs, so if you are group breeding, set up plenty of egg-laying sites.