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    Baby clawed frog keeps getting bloated

    Hello everyone. I currently have 4 baby clawed frogs, each about an inch in length. About two weeks ago, one of them got bloated, so I gave it a bath in Epsom salt for one hour every day and then it...
  2. Re: Baby African claws frog keeps floating to the surface (help)

    Well, almost a day later and they're back to normal. Actually, this morning one of my frogs who has a leg problem (when they try to swim quickly their whole body twists, but when moving normally...
  3. Baby African claws frog keeps floating to the surface (help)

    I have four baby clawed frogs. As of this morning, one of them has started to float at the surface. I know that this is involuntary as it tries to swim to be bottom, but then it fails and floats back...
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    Re: Copes Tree Frogs?

    Once they start growing legs everything else speeds up. Don't worry about temperature unless it's super cold to the touch. Your tadpoles are just taking longer to morph because they are getting fed...
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    Re: Help toad tank in danger

    How simple is your tank? You'd be best taking everything out, taking the tank outside, spraying it with a hose and wiping everything down with vinegar a bunch of times and then spraying it again....
  6. Best places to herp in NJ? (pine barrens, great swamp, etc)

    I would like to go looking for wild amphibians once spring comes around. My main species i will look for will be toads and tree frogs as we have none of those in the area i live. I live pretty close...
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    Re: Calcium deficiency in African dwarf frogs

    If you're really worried about the calcium, give them a couple fruit flies dusted with calcium powder. Also daphina, moina (a small relative of daphina), and fairy shrimp (and maybe clam shrimp)...
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    Re: traveling with frogs?

    Where did you hear they're more expensive in Japan? They're actually cheaper. I can't find the video but I remember seeing a video of a bunch of budgett's frogs floating in a tub at a reptile expo...
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    Re: Community vivarium

    You shouldn't really mix frogs, but some type of small toad (not fire belly) and some american tree frog would work. I bet European fire bellies would work with European tree frogs. Remember that in...
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    Re: Xenopus fraseri

    They look like xenopus tropicalis so they'll probably need higher temperatures than laevis. Not to say they can't live in it, but they'd probably be happier in the 17 to 20 celcius range
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    Re: Kambo and Coqui Frogs

    They are very different. Think of kambo frogs as reptiles, they like basking and are diurnal. Coquis are nocturnal and are way smaller. They eat the same things (crickets, earthworms, etc) but they...
  12. Re: Please HELP...ASAP! I can't determine what species of frog I found.

    It's a green frog, they are like bullfrogs except smaller, but they aren't really the best pet frogs, they're too skittish and you can't handle them. Why not make a small frog pond to attract more of...
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    Re: Gathering materials from the wild

    when I kept fish i would collect oak leaves and driftwood and I would boil it for a couple minutes to get it water logged and to kill all the parasites and fungus on it. Rocks are easier just scrub...
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    Wanted: Re: Greenhouse Frogs

    Do you have a friend in Florida that would catch a couple for you? They're super small and not particularly striking so it's unlikely that anybody will be breeding and selling them.
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    Clawed frogs are super horny

    Does anyone elses frogs do this? I've had mine for about 2 and a half weeks now and both of my males are always holding onto the other frogs, either they do it to the other male or the female. They...
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    Re: Alternatives to fruit flies?

    Sorry if this is a common or easily answered question, but why do you need to dispose of cultures after a month? Is it because they eat all the yeast or something or is it like humidity build up?
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    Re: Alternatives to fruit flies?

    I'll do fruit flies, but I really hate them. The thing that puts me off the most is having to make a new culture every few weeks. What would be the bare minimum of cups to have for them? Doesn't seem...
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    Alternatives to fruit flies?

    I am looking into getting a breeding pair or trio of some type of dart frog, preferably one of the larger species. I already know the basics as I have experience setting up vivariums and paludariums,...
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    Sexing and breeding white's tree frogs

    I have 4 white's tree frogs, but they all croak at night!?!? I think they're all boys but I heard sometimes the females respond to croaking. Everything about sexing them is so confusing, are they...
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    Re: Need Proper Heating Source!

    My room is pretty warm and gets to around 50 to 60 degrees during the night depending on the season, it has never harmed my frogs. So just figure out the temperature of the room they'll be in and...
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    Re: Albino African Dwarf Frog

    I 'm not sure if they really are albino, but I have seen white/yellow dwarf frogs at my local pet stores. I think they could be xanthic or some other weird color morph that brings out yellow...
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    Re: Need Proper Heating Source!

    I use a combo deep domed lamp with a high wattage basking bulb and some random bulb i found in my basement (other basking light stopped working). It makes the air temperature around 60 to 65 degrees...
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    Re: Crickets VS Earthworms: New Pet Parent

    There's some nutritional differences, but honestly I do not know any and don't really feel like searching it up right now. Crickets are the main food I feed my terrestrial frogs, I feed them two to...
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    Re: WTF not using her left hand

    I'd give it a few days to heal before going to the vet. I once found a frog with a missing forearm and a month later I found the same one with stubby fingers starting to grow, so don't doubt their...
  25. Thread: Is this bloat?

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    Re: Is this bloat?

    It's okay I wasn't offended I was just confused
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