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    Re: One frog hogging all the food

    The best solution would be to give Circle his or her own enclosure.
  2. Re: American Toad or Gray tree frog froglets?

    They look like americanus to me, but I honestly wouldn't try to ID them until they've put on some size. They will change as they grow, and the characteristics by which you can identify them will...
  3. Re: Question Regarding General Availability of Salamanders

    No. It would be very unlikely that a CB newt, in the US, would have BSAL.
  4. Re: Question Regarding General Availability of Salamanders

    Yes. Axolotls are probably the easiest salamander to breed. There are many available, and prices are very low, often free.
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    Re: pls help me identify my frog

    100% land, with a shallow water dish, would be better. They don't mind humidity, but should not be kept wet.
    Little toads can climb low shrubbery and branches quite well.
  6. Re: American Toad or Gray tree frog froglets?

    Definitely toads, could be American toads- depends on what occurs in your area. As toadlets, species are often difficult to distinguish from each other.
    Feed them LOTS of tiny invertebrates at this...
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    Re: pls help me identify my frog

    It's clearly a toad. The only toad that occurrs in the Des Moines area is the American toad. Feed it lots of tiny invertebrates- I would suggest culturing fruit flies and bean beetles ASAP. They have...
  8. Re: Question Regarding General Availability of Salamanders

    Largely, because they are difficult to breed in captivity. The vast majority of specimens offered for sale are wild caught.
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    Re: Care for a baby gray tree frog?

    I would keep it in a planted vivarium, taking extra precautions to make it escape proof. Then I would feed it lots and lots of tiny prey- as much as it could eat.
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    Re: Cuban Tree Frog questions

    It seems unlikely. I would try it and see.
  11. Re: First time toad-mom, and I have a TON of questions that I can't seem to find reliable answers to. I'd really appreciate some help!

    1. The enclosure sounds good. It may be a tad humid, using a screen top, and keeping the soil drier, will help dry it out.
    2. Use a small metal sifter. Hold it over a container that can catch the...
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    Re: Baby toad advice

    I'd say that you are on the right track, however it is important for them to have someplace to burrow. A pile of sphagnum moss in a corner should do the trick. If it were me, I'd do a substrate of...
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    Re: What is this frog?

    Not without a clear photo and a location.
  14. Re: Wild older alligator lizard taken away from cat

    If it's not injured, just set it someplace sheltered, where it can recuperate. Outdoor cats are very hazardous to wildlife, aren't they?
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    Re: Mites or Springtails?

    Springtails move much more quickly than mites- and they swarm around feces.
    Sounds like you have springtails.
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    Re: Planted toad tank Help

    Nurseries do generally use fertilizers and pesticides. Before planting in a vivarium, I remove the plants from the pots, and rinse them carefully, leaves, roots and all. I use the mist setting on a...
  17. Re: New wild frog on pathos plant Need help identifying

    They will generally eat any small, moving prey that will fit into their mouths. They often take a few days to adjust to captivity before they will eat. It could also be that the frog may not be in...
  18. Re: New wild frog on pathos plant Need help identifying

    I agree, it looks like a Cuban tree frog.
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    Re: My darling tree frog???

    Try other foods, such as fruit flies or bean beetles. Make sure your temperatures and humidity are appropriate for this species- and leave it alone for a while. No handling.
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    Re: What species of newt is this?

    It isn't a newt, it's an Ensatina.
    It appears to be an Oregon Ensatina, Ensatina eschscholtzii oregonensis.
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    Re: Blue spotted salamander info

    I keep mine in a heavily planted vivarium with lots of leaf litter and bark for hiding. Since they climb, they must have a tight, escape proof lid. They have a water dish, but seldom use it. Temps...
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    Re: ADF Loss of Apetite

    Try more appetizing food, such as live blackworms, or frozen brine shrimp.
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    Re: How do I sex my pacific chorus frogs?

    Males will generally have a darker throat, whereas females will have a white throat.
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    Re: identify frog

    It's a Green frog, widespread across much of the eastern U.S.
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    Re: Fire-bellied toads or Leopard frog?

    Either is pretty easy. Go with whichever you prefer.
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