This is a discussion on Hey dont know where to post but need help within the Introductions Area forums, part of the General Topics category; I have two CRT's and recently one of them has gotten a black growth on his foot i asked others ...
I have two CRT's and recently one of them has gotten a black growth on his foot i asked others and got this reply: "trapped shed skin, wound leading to infection, bumblefoot (not sure if this only occurs in caudata), skin infection" i was hoping you confirm or deny it i have picture in my album of the sick toad. Also i was hoping you knew how to properly determine sex of the toads more than just the female is bigger. Thanks Dakota
Frogs are the strangest people...
When the last individual of a race of living things breathes no more, another Heaven and another Earth must pass before such a one can be again--- William Beebe
1.2.0 Litoria caerulea
0.0.2 Agalychinis annae
0.0.1 Acris crepitans
1.0.0 Hyla versicolor
0.0.2 Dendrobates azureus
0.0.3 Phyllobates bicolor
1.0.0 ball python
1.0.0 blue cobalt terrantula
That's not a growth, it's the enlarged thumb of a male toad. Those black areas are used to give grip when grasping a female in amplexus.
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