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    Re: Knowing when to euthanize, please help

    I am so sorry for your loss :( I lost my female grey this past spring and it was really difficult.
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    Re: Fowlers or american?

    Looks like an American toad to me :)
  3. Thread: Hello!

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    Re: Hello!

    Hello and welcome to FF! You have quite a menagerie of pets! Thanks for sharing the photos!
  4. Re: Blind or Partially Blind Gulf Coast Toad Care?

    I am not familiar with this species of toad, but usually the best way to ID is whether or not they call. Your guy is teeny yet though, so that might take some time. It looks like it suffered some...
  5. Thread: Warning scam

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    Re: Warning scam

    Moved the thread over to testimonials.
  6. Re: OMg are all ABF's dumb..he ate pothos ivy leaf..

    Hopefully he is just fine. Good luck and keep us updated. If he tends to eat plants by accident, you might want to look into getting nontoxic plants in there.
  7. Thread: The soil.

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    Re: The soil.

    I have to drain the false bottom of my red eyed tree frog tank every 1-2 months depending on the time of the year. Are you keeping the tank humid enough? Do your plants look healthy? Substrate...
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    Re: Steamed up glass

    I would use the fan as suggested (make sure the frogs cannot get anywhere near it and it is secure) or put a vent strip along the top at the front glass. There will be less condensation there then.
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    Re: How Many Frogs?

    It varies for different species, but in a 30 gallon, I would go with 2-4 and watch for bullying. It's better to start small and increase from there.
  10. Re: Blind or Partially Blind Gulf Coast Toad Care?

    Poor guy! I would try tapping his nose with the food on a blunt tweezers a bit, even alive and wiggling a little. Usually that will trigger a bite instinct. If that doesn't, force feeding is about...
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    Re: Ridiculously bad aim

    It does sound like a vitamin deficiency of some sort. Have you tried small amounts of vitamin A, like, once a month? What kind of calcium are you using? Calcium+D3 is what you should be using and...
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    Wanted: Re: looking for red eyed treefrog tadpoles

    I agree with Ben. I've gotten 4 red eyes from Mike Novy now.
  13. Thread: Hello All

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    Re: Hello All

    Hello Jeff! Welcome to the forum! We're happy to have you here! :D
  14. Thread: Chorus frog

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    Re: Chorus frog

    It's not about how much space they take up, it's about how much space they use. They will get stressed if there are too many and will not thrive. Dart frogs are tiny too, but I wouldn't put more...
  15. Thread: Chorus frog

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    Re: Chorus frog

    No, that would be way overstocked. They might live okay for a while but then would die off rapidly. I would put 3-4 in there at the most. Chorus frogs tend to be more terrestrial but they are also...
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    Re: Another tree frog stowaway

    Fantastic! I am glad they will be able to help him :)
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    Re: Bioactive Terrairum for Pyxies?

    I think that would be quite a challenge considering the waste! Hopefully someone will chime in because I am curious also :)
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    Re: Another tree frog stowaway

    I put my answers in red for you :)
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    Re: Unhealthy pothos?

    I got by for a little while by fertilizing it and trimming it up a bit. I use seachem flourish comprehensive (made for fish tanks) in my frog tanks for any fertilizing that I need to do.
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    Re: Another tree frog stowaway

    The fridges are hard because they let their temperatures go up quite a bit before kicking on and cooling back down. The more stable the temperature, the lower the risk. A mini fridge would be...
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    Wanted: Re: looking for red eyed treefrog tadpoles

    I would look to see if Mike Novy at Rainforest Junkys will be at a show near you anytime soon (actually I see he is based in Cleveland, Ohio, not sure how close that is to you). I would give him a...
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    Re: Unhealthy pothos?

    Do you have a picture? Are the leaves splotchy at all? I have one that gets yellowed leaves if it is over-watered. But when it was root bound and not getting enough nutrients, the leaves were...
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    Re: Here is my Stitch!

    Stitch is looking fabulous!!
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    For Sale: Re: Red Eyed Tree Frogs on sale - $19.99 each!

    You should go check out their website and see what they have available. This post is a couple of years old already.
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    Re: gray tree froglets not eating

    My grey tree frogs were all eating within that time frame. I started with springtails and D. Mel fruit flies and started them with crickets about a week after that. All food should be no bigger...
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