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    Re: Return!

    Weird stuff happens. That's what makes life interesting ;)
    Anyways, welcome back!
  2. Re: Help with sexing my 1.5 year old Pyxicephalus adspersus

    I'm by no means a Pixie frog expert--at all. But looking at your photos I'd say it's a male. If someone here tells you something different though, I'd trust their advice. Hope I helped at least a...
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    Re: Poor frog!

    I'm so sorry to hear about her passing. You did all you could, and kept her safe and comfortable at the end of her life. She'd thank you if she could...
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    Re: Poor frog!

    I'm also still living with my mother and a high school freshman, so I know what you mean about having issues getting her a larger tank. When I've needed cheap housing for frogs, especially bullfrogs,...
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    Re: Sexing American toad metamorphs

    They're just too tiny and young to sex at that age. I can usually start to get a rough idea of what an American toad's sex once they're a little over an inch long. It's still really hard to, though.
  6. Re: Injured gray tree froglet; help please

    Looks like he might have redleg - a vary serious bacterial skin infection. I'd recommend taking him to a vet; quarantine him immediately.
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    Re: New Huge Cane Toad

    Could she not be eating out of fear of you or maybe other animals? If she feels like there's a predator around her she might not be willing to give away her location by going after food.

    I hope...
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    Re: toad shedding question

    I personally find that toads in general rarely eat their shed. I've never seen any of my pet toads eat their shed, but my frogs always do.
  9. Re: Pacman only wants to soak constantly

    Sorry if I missed something, but you didn't list the tank's humidity? I could see the lamps rapidly decreasing the humidity, which makes your frog want to soak in his dish.
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    Re: Frog Forests

    This sounds really cool! Especially the temperate forest one; I've been wanting to make one myself. I'm curious though, how do you plan to simulate a temperate forest in a vivarium? Are you planning...
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    Re: Tiny bugs in my tank?

    I have this issues with my tree frogs due to their wet substrate and some of the wood. Clean out the tank as soon as you get the chance, make sure to boil or sanitize the wood. I wouldn't be too...
  12. Re: How often should I feed my american toads?

    Considering they're starting to get a little bit larger, I would at least start to feed them every other day. I would cut down the number of crickets slightly too. I can't think of a definite feeding...
  13. Re: Help! Abscess and hole on whites treefrog

    Glad he is doing better!
  14. Re: repurposing old fish aquarium for toads

    Yes, just make sure the silicone doesn't need to be replaced. As long as you thoroughly rinse the gravel, it should work just fine as a drainage layer. What type of toad do you have, by the way?
  15. Re: One of my fire bellied toads pupils is extremely small

    https://arav.org

    I believe this is the website
  16. Re: One of my fire bellied toads pupils is extremely small

    There's definitely something going on there. If his eye has bled, I'd definitely take him to the vet ASAP. A vet may need to remove the eye or give some medication. I don't remember the exact name,...
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    Re: Sex my frog please. ..

    I'd assume male, but I don't know much about Pixie frogs. Maybe someone who is an expert in these guys will come and help you out.
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    Re: Planted toad tank Help

    If you want to buy a pothos or ivy from a nursery, you can then take a cutting from the plant and thoroughly rinse it with dechlorinated water. You could probably just throw it in your tank after...
  19. Re: Gray Tree Frog - Hunger strike??? Help Needed!

    Is your frog wild caught? This time of year, wild grays typically go into brumation. It seems to just kinda be instinct for them in most causes. CBB grays could possibly have the same issue too I...
  20. Re: Badly wounded frog - What can I do to help him? (Picture attached)

    How did he even get in the house? I'd check for any openings in walls and such to make sure this doesn't happen again! I also agree that you should take the little guy to a vet if possible. There...
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    Re: Some good terrarium models?

    If you want a DIY lid, take some plexiglass and cut it to shape. It won't be too difficult, and it'll help out with humidity without any extra costs.
  22. Re: Baby PacMan in the wrong habitat, help please!

    Do you know what brand of substrate you bought? I wouldn't be surprised if you accidentally grabbed coco husk instead of coco fiber, and I wouldn't worry too much if you did that. If he can still...
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    Re: Top Fin Element Filter?

    I've found that Mainland Penguin filters aren't very loud, but they aren't really the most reliable from my experience. Tetra Reptofilters are also quiet from what I've seen. They really don't work...
  24. Re: 30g community terrarium/paludarium

    I've seen anoles and gray tree housed together, but I don't recommend it. I'm guessing its horizontal tank, which in that case you can't have any climbing species. A turtle will probably outgrow the...
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    Re: Dubia Roach Heating

    That sounds good. Personally, I use a heat mat for 1-3 gallon tanks with out a thermostat. It seems to be working well so far. although I have has some issues with roach breeding and haven't seen any...
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