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  1. Light Blue Spots on Green Tree Frog

    I have an American Green Tree Frog who is about four years old, that I know of, maybe older. Today I noticed that he has small light blue spots on his back and the yellow stripe on the sides of his body are turning the light blue. The spots aren't too defined like the normal yellow spots are, the edges of them are more blurred. He only eats crickets from the pet store, his humidity and temperature of his tank are almost always perfect, and he has the proper lighting. His behaviors are normal as ...
  2. Axolotls Eggs for Sale!

    My female wild type axolotl and my male golden axolotl recently produced a clutch of eggs. Both were captive breed. There are around 100 for sale. Prices are 25$ for 25 eggs and 40$ for 50 eggs. Please send me a private message or email me at if you are interested.
  3. Young ACF's mating

    I'm new to this blog, so I hope I'm doing this right. I have 2 young African clawed frogs that I got when they were very small, about the size of ADF' them about 3 months ago. They are healthy and active and about 2 to 3 inches long. They amplexed about 2 weeks ago, produced eggs and everything. We were quite surprised, as I read that doesn't usually happen till at least 9 months. Today, they DID IT AGAIN!!! Just wondering, is this normal? Unusual? Oversexed, lol?
  4. Plumbing Advice That Can Save You Money

    Plumbing Advice That Can Save You Money

    Ready to make plumbing work for you? Great, time to get started! Wait, how do you do that and how do you get started? Never fear, here are some plumbing tips! This collection of advice should provide you with just the right amount of knowledge and inspiration to do your own plumbing.

    Before starting any plumbing project be sure to turn off the main water supply. Water damage can be one of the most expensive things to repair. To minimize ...
  5. Worried about my White's Tree Frog!!

    Hey, I am new here and was wondering if any of you guys had helpful insight about my concerns.

    My white's tree frog is seemingly healthy: active at night, eating/pooping regularly, no lethargy or excess soaking. I am concerned because tonight I noticed a couple spots of discoloration which i circled on the pictures I've attached (he's had the white/brown freckles all his life, not worried about those). While observing them in his terrarium they were whitish so I was worried about bacterial ...
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