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  1. Thread: Hello! :)

    by adawinters
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    Re: Hello! :)

    Do I know you from the HCA forum? If you're the same user, I know this froggie is in good hands!!! :)
  2. Thread: Hello! :)

    by adawinters
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    Re: Hello! :)

    I am always happy to learn of parents doing research to make sure that their childrens' pets are well cared for. Welcome aboard!
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    Re: Best amphibian for small enclosure

    Tree frogs, even the smaller ones, are aboreal, and like to move around, so I really worry about putting them in an enclosure that small. Again, they might survive for a little while, but they will...
  4. Thread: Hello

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    Re: Hello

    Welcome aboard! There are definitely many good care sheets and resources here. Enjoy!
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    Re: Best amphibian for small enclosure

    It will survive without a filter and with frequent water changes, but it will not thrive and its lifespan would be shortened. I definitely would not use an enclosure that small for any species of...
  6. Thread: New Frogs!

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    Re: New Frogs!

    Here's an adorable little action shot. I wish I had a proper camera. These little ones are so tiny that my phone has trouble focusing, sometimes.
  7. Thread: New Frogs!

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    New Frogs!

    Hello everyone! I'm not exactly new to the forum, but I have not been active in a long time since I did not have frogs for a while. I picked up some new critters at the Los Angeles reptile expo on...
  8. Re: Need help re-doing my setup for juvi Northern Leopard frog

    Here's another care sheet that is similar, but might also be useful. Both suggest 30 gallons, which sounds small to me, having seen leopard frogs move around in the wild. While he's a little guy, the...
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    Re: Established Viv...but is it safe?

    I do know that fire belly toads excrete toxins, but I have no idea whether or how long it would take to get the toxins removed from the environment.

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  10. Re: Just curious about who are these tiny frogs in my South Florida garden

    Whatever they are, they are adorable.

    :)

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  11. Re: so at the reptile store i saw a huge planted enclosure WITH

    Yes, pet stores often keep animals, displays in particular, that would be inappropriate for long-term care. Remember that the pet store is meant to be a temporary housing situation, until customer...
  12. Re: (Weird Behavior?) Why is Rico jumping and staring at his glass?

    I agree. My first thought was that he's seeing glimpses of his own reflection that he either thinks is another frog or a prey item.
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    Re: Considering dart frogs

    The folks on dendroboard might know of Canadian breeders or retailers that can ship to Canada. If you're really interested, it's worth asking. :)
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    Re: Considering dart frogs

    I've not done it yet, but I recommend that you do some research and look for a reliable breeder on www.dendroboard.com. I follow that forum for the vivarium design tips (which are awesome), but it's...
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    Re: Clean up crew questions

    I will add that, after my most recent tank dismantling, I have realized that worms can navigate leca balls fairly well. I'd worry less about that than about drowning, but if flooding isn't a problem,...
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    Re: Clean up crew questions

    My hermit crabs have 6+ inches, and that's been excellent. I've tried with 2 inches, and it seems ok. Don't put too many in, in case they don't make it. You don't want them fouling the tank. I often...
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    Re: Clean up crew questions

    I add earthworms to anything with deep enough substrate. It's worked out wonderfully so far.
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    Re: Cleaning out a former Aquarium?

    Is this going to be a frog tank? Or a fish tank? Ich is a parasite that fish naturally carry, which becomes problematic when they are stressed for one reason or another. I did not think it could...
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    Re: Bumblebee toads noob

    Have you had a chance to read this yet? http://www.frogforum.net/toad-care-articles/2102-bumble-bee-walking-toad-melanophryniscus-stelzneri-weyenbergh-1875-care-breeding.html
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    Re: Freezing Frogs

    That is so awesome!
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    Re: 5.5 gallon and 20extra high frog types?

    The only species that I would be comfortable housing long-term in a tank that small is one or two African dwarf frogs. Do you have any interest in them?
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    Re: African dwarf frogs

    At a glance, this care sheet http://frogworld.net/african-dwarf-frog/ looks ok to me, except that I would encourage 2.5 gallons per ADF (rather than the 1G they recommend) to ensure that they have...
  24. Thread: Reptisand

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    Re: Reptisand

    Thank you for the correction, Tony. I get fuzzy on the details if I type before I think sometimes. :o
  25. Re: FrogmanGav has some questions (new member)

    The 20% water changes sound great. I would not do a 100% water change, since this may be a shock for them, and/or upset the nitrogen cycle (although that's less likely since you're using a...
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