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You can feed them to your Pacman once in a while, but it is safer to stay away from feeding them to your frog. Sorry it was late last night and I was tired. I should have been more clear.
I would ahead clear of them. It is better to be safe than sorry. There have been many impactions caused by Mealworms. Their chitin of the exoskeleton is not able to be digested by your frog. Once in a while is ok, but don't give home more than 1 every couple weeks to be safe. Waxworms can also cause impaction if Fed to many too often, but are not as bad. Try and keep a variety and stick with the better foods.
yeah it wont, its only 60 watts. thank you again!
Infrared lights are fine to leave on at night. Make sure that it doesn't get to hot in the enclosure while its on. it can dry everything out.
okay thank you very much, this makes me feel much better! i appreciate your time and help.
Yeah, as long as he hasn't had long periods of exposure any chemicals should be removed from his system. If he starts to get lethargic, stops eating and becomes very bloated then you should worry. These are symptoms of Toxins Out Syndrome caused by exposure to chemicals it toxins in their water. Your frog will also appear bloated if well hydrated so bloating isn't always a bad thing. As long as its for a natural body function.
You would still need a de-chlorinating agent. I'm nit sure if the filters remove chlorimines. You are better to be safe than sorry.