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  1. My new frogs - Microhyla pulchra (?)

    My newest addition to the frogroom are 4 tiny Microhyla (probably pulchra). They are jumping like crazy (around 50-60 cm above the ground level!) and eating really well, since I gave them drosophila...
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    Hyloxalus azureiventris

    Hi!

    My friend bought me 4 juvenile specimens of this species (Hyloxalus azureiventris) at Hamm, of course, I have read what I could have found on the Internet. The question is - should I know...
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    Re: Chubby Frog Help

    I think smaller enclosure would be better at start. About earthworms, my vet says they carry parasites, so it would be better if you would stick to small crickets and cockroaches. And yes, chubby...
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    Re: Does my frog have redleg?

    Hmm that's strange, it shouldn't be there this way. You are sure it is not the frogs natural colour of legs?
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    Re: Does my frog have redleg?

    It is not red leg, but pre-red leg stadium. Bath it in water, change substrate, make tank clean. Red-leg is caused by overgrowth of microflora of frogs skin, caused by not clean enough tanks or...
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    Re: Kassina sp. - breeding

    After so long time, tadpole is about 6 cm long and still no legs. Here is my post on FB with tadpole itself:
    https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=890174914488338&id=297826870389815
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    Re: Kassina sp. - breeding

    https://scontent.fwaw3-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/22219960_798257207013443_3598970573819518276_o.jpg?oh=6a11337f693d0c7d119d89995673a96c&oe=5A489EEB
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    Re: Kassina sp. - breeding

    Don't have thing, that could make photo of something so small. Twice smaller than fruitfly, that's what I call small. But if they will grow well (and I hope they will), I will surely do some photos...
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    Re: Kassina sp. - breeding

    Update: Four tadpoles already hatched! Excited like hell
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    Re: Kassina sp. - breeding

    Update: Since yesterday, it is possible to tell, that there are actually tadpoles inside the eggs. This would be first time, when they got this far.
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    Re: Kassina sp. - breeding

    Tonight, my frogs laid clutch. Huge one. Above 100 eggs, more than I supposed they can lay. Here you get link to photo on my PL languaged facebook site.
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    Re: Kassina sp. - breeding

    Update: Today I put 9.1 Kassina maculata into rainchamber. I shall see when it is going.
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    Re: +greenhouse frogs

    By Greenhouse Frogs you mean Eleutherodactylus sp.? The ones that hatch from eggs laid on land as frogs?
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    Re: Breeding Occidozyga lima

    Hey guys, I think my female Occidozyga layed eggs cause yesterday she was twice bigger than today... how does the eggs look like? I found something looking like eggs, but not sure are they eggs. I...
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    Re: Kassina sp. - breeding

    Update: Next week I am going to buy some K. senegalensis frogs - after 4 years they finally got some of these here in Poland. I hope this time I will be able to get females. However, there are also...
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    Trachycephalus nigromaculatus

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    Been a while since I posted something on the forum. I am planning to buy 8 younglings of T. nigromaculatus (max number for my budget :P ). I searched some information and I must say it is...
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    Re: Kassina sp. - breeding

    Thanks! I forgot to post photos anyway. Frogs will try to breed at the beginning of the next year again. Hope this time I will have some froglets ;)
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    Re: Kassina sp. - breeding

    Update: I had first breeding of Kassina maculata in January 2016. However, no tadpoles hatched. I have 6 males and 2 females. Also looking for rarer species of Kassina
  19. Re: Anaxyrus (Bufo) debilis - how to care?

    I have seen that before, but I need very specific data about taking care and breeding this species... of course, I can keep them like in that post, but I don't think they will breed, and keeping...
  20. Anaxyrus (Bufo) debilis - how to care?

    Hi! My friend have nearly adult male and female of A. debilis for sale and I want to know something more about this beautiful toads :) I was trying to get some info, but I haven't find anything...
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    Re: Bubbling Kassina :)

    I already know all of that. But people who can watch them in their natural habitat can be great help for breeders, who cannot go to garden and watch those frogs ;)
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    Re: Bubbling Kassina :)

    Cute :) Do you have any observations about this frog in it natural habitat? I'm trying to get any females of that species and then breed these frogs, so any knowledge about them will be helpful -...
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    Re: Kassina sp. - breeding

    Well there are few diffrences - K. maculata is bigger and it's more popular than K. senegalensis - they also call diffrent, I have only K. senegalensis, but my friend, Kamil Kowalski succesfully...
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    Kassina sp. - breeding

    I have some knowledge about breeding K. maculata and K. senegalensis and I want to share it.

    Breeding Running frogs


    Stimulation

    These frogs love storms. So summer is the best time to...
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