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    Re: How much to feed American toad?

    No problem! Nightcrawlers are actually healthy enough to use as a staple. Wax worms are very high in fat, but make an okay treat. Also, just a though: based on your pictures your toad may be a...
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    Re: How much to feed American toad?

    That's very true! My woodhouse toads like them better than nightcrawlers, but none of my other frogs like them.

    Also, those are some cute pictures. They didnt load on my phone the other day, so I...
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    Re: How much to feed American toad?

    Hi! This is a good question. Redworms(also called compost worms or red wigglers) are smaller than nightcrawlers and seem like a good option, but they have a foul taste that (most) amphibians dislike....
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    Re: Banded Crickets?

    I don't think there's any reason not to use them over house crickets, and immunity to the Paralysis Virus is a huge boon. I say go for it!
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    Re: Urgent request for antibiotic advice

    Sorry for the late reply, hisk. I'll look into dosage. Ive never had to use maracyn, so I'm actually not sure myself.
  6. Re: okay i have kept always kept aquatic amphibians and sometimes land

    African Bullfrogs and Pacman frogs will burrow for multiple days at a time. Assuming the substrate is moist and humidity and temp are good, he'll be fine down there. Its usually best to leave them...
  7. Thread: Hello!!

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    Re: Hello!!

    Hi, welcome to the forum!
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    Re: Banded Crickets?

    I think some US pet stores already use the banded cricket/tropical house cricket over the House Cricket(Acheta Domestica). Iirc in terms of nutrition etc, both are relatively equal. One major upside...
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    Re: Can baby Pacman frogs eat dubia roachs

    Hi! Your frog should be fine as long as you feed him/her small roaches.
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    Re: Off topic: leopard gecko

    Awww, she's really cute! I'm sorry you couldn't keep her.
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    Re: Odd orange...stuff? In ABF urine.

    Thanks so much for the reply! I was a bit worried about this, really glad to know its nothing to worry about.
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    Re: finally found a ornata what to expect?

    I'm sorry for your loss, that's awful. Also, that is a LOT of money for an Ornate. I hope you can find another ornate later on at a more reasonable price, and I hope the seller gets back to you. Good...
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    Re: (hedera helix) pamela ivy?

    It should be fine. I wondered about it some time ago myself and found this.
    http://www.frogforum.net/showthread.php/26850-English-ivy
    I also found another post on dendroboard that went more in...
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    Re: Guessing a two month old pixie sex?

    Hi! Welcome to the forum. I'm sorry, but your frog is too young for accurate sexing. At around 4 inches snout-to-vent length(3 being earliest) males will begin calling during the evening hours. The...
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    Re: Mozambique Rain Frog

    I couldn't find any specific care sheets, unfortunately. This is the best source of info I could find. Hopefully another member has some experience with these frogs....
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    Re: Is Tetra AquaSafe For Dechlorinating Water?

    Yeah. I think it'll be fine.
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    Re: Is Tetra AquaSafe For Dechlorinating Water?

    I often use a different brand of dechlorinator intended for fish, and I've never had problems. I looked a bit, and I found a few examples of it being used with frogs. I think it will be fine. You can...
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    Re: Juvenile African bull frog not eating

    I think I can help a bit. There are two things you should know:
    First of all, frogs respond best to live prey. While they will accept dead foods, you have to wiggle it in front of them with a pair...
  19. Thread: First Frog

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    Re: First Frog

    I really like plastic tubs/bins for terrestrial frogs and toads, actually. Especially for species that require high humidity. You can just cut a hole around half the size of the top in the bin top...
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    Re: HELP my PACMAN EYE

    Your pictures are great, very large and clear. It makes it easy to see the problem. This may be an early stage eye infection or something else like the issues you mentioned. If it is an eye...
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    Re: found her dead today. :(

    I'm very sorry. I don't know if that's what caused it , but it is a possibility. Was the substrate moist and was there water in the bowl when you came back? Could your place of work have experienced...
  22. Thread: First Frog

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    Re: First Frog

    Eco Earth is just a brand name coco fiber actually. I personally have used 4+ brands. I find eco-earth is one of the best. I often have trouble finding it in stores though. I usually get exo-terra's...
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    Odd orange...stuff? In ABF urine.

    http://www.frogforum.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=79015&d=1512415003
    I had just finished moving him from the feeding bin to his enclosure. I heard him pee a few minutes later. I thought he might...
  24. Thread: First Frog

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    Re: First Frog

    Aw, he's a cute little guy! The coco fiber you had on hand is perfect! Most people use coco fiber as the substrate for their pacmans, as well as other frogs. It has a low chance of impaction, and is...
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    Re: Could anyone have a gues at this babies sex

    http://www.frogforum.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=78404&d=1501568488
    http://www.frogforum.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=78405&d=1501568488
    For some reason I just got an email today saying...
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