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  1. Re: New wild frog on pathos plant Need help identifying

    Non-native tree frog I believe. Not sure of the ID. Maybe a juvenile cuban? Not sure on that last part.
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    Re: best calcium powder

    I have no doubt that your gutload meets your needs - my gutload meets mine. However, my own experience has been that calcium dusting is necessary for many species of amphibian to avoid metabolic bone...
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    Re: best calcium powder

    Repashy Calcium Plus is not a gutload, it's a dusting supplement - completely different thing. You're comparing apples and oranges. Personally, I use an organic chinchilla food as my cricket gutload.
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    Re: Looking into getting cane toads

    The issue is if you or your cat are going to bite the toad. But I also don't believe in buying wild caught if it can be avoided (this species is only available commercially as wild caught). You...
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    Re: Tree Frog Painting $250

    What happened to the last one?
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    Re: Partially inflated throat in American toad

    That's pretty common in adult male toads and many frogs. It's just the vocal sac skin stretching. If you have a photo I can double check but I am not worried from your description.
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    Re: Possible impaction? Help needed!

    That's a tough one - impaction usually results in a general swelling of the abdomen in frogs, not such a localized area. In fact, that's forward of most of the intestines and more in the region of...
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    Re: best calcium powder

    I use Repashy Calcium Plus exclusively, and have since they released it many years ago. In my opinion, there's no substitute. Everything else is either inferior or not as sticky. I too find it...
  9. Thread: anchor worm

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    Re: anchor worm

    No need, I can answer this for you. Anchor worm will persist in the pond - they won't disappear completely just because of a mild English winter. The pond would have to be treated with an...
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    Re: Humidity too low? Help.

    What type of tree frog is it? What temperature is it in there? Is the substrate moist? Are there many hiding places?
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    Re: Help with too dry?

    You could try using a heat pad on one end of the terrarium and removing one of the heat lamps. I always find heat lamps to be great for drying out terrariums but not necessarily for heating :P. One...
  12. Re: The Rainforest Exhibit VLOG: Follow our BIG VIVARIUM BUILD!

    Subscribed!!!
  13. Re: The Rainforest Exhibit VLOG: Follow our BIG VIVARIUM BUILD!

    This is amazing!!
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    Re: Local plants for local frogs?

    Frankly I think you're overthinking it. I would buy a nice pothos plant from a garden center or big box hardware store and give it a good rinse in case there are chemical residues on the leaves. ...
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    Re: Help! White's Tree Frog - Not Eating.. Sick?

    I highly doubt that the vet knew what they were doing regarding frogs. This is common, unfortunately. Here is what I recommend: do what Eli said with regard to quarantine. Keep it in a quarantine...
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    Re: WIP-45 Gallon DIY Sterilite Bin Vivarium

    That's actually really interesting. A couple of points:

    1) As you are aware, normal silicone is lousy for making polypropylene stick together. I am worried this won't stay together reliably for...
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    Re: New to Western Toads. Please Help!

    Dirt is fine and actually will stick less to the toads than coconut fiber. 1 brick will probably do for that size of container but they are pretty cheap, especially if you get them online (I buy...
  18. Thread: HELP please!

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    Re: HELP please!

    Looks like a wound. Keep the frog clean and safe from jagged objects (in case it damages the wound further). I would keep it on moist paper towel that is changed every few days until the wound starts...
  19. Thread: "Starfire" pacman

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    Re: "Starfire" pacman

    Just watch out for vendors selling Strawberry Pineapples as Strawberries. Pat Kline/Dartfrog Depot/snared99 on fauna, did that to me.
  20. Thread: "Starfire" pacman

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    Re: "Starfire" pacman

    Photos as promised. Starfire/Starburst/Sunburst. This is still a youngster.

    http://www.frogforum.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=78522&d=1503083580...
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    Re: Pacific Forest Toad?

    You can't get it in the trade but you should be able to get similar members of the same genus. There are a few US species related to it - Google gulf coast toad.
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    Re: Pacific Forest Toad?

    I think you're probably right based on range maps and photos at AmphibiaWeb.
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    Re: Smilisca sordida and Craugastor fitzingeri?

    Comparing photos to AmphibiaWeb I believe you are correct on both!
  24. Thread: "Starfire" pacman

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    Re: "Starfire" pacman

    Mine is still a baby but I will get a pic.
  25. Thread: "Starfire" pacman

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    Re: "Starfire" pacman

    It's a morph. They are supposed to have orange marks on the top of the body. I've seen them called starburst and sunburst too. I've got one.
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