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  1. Re: Discoloration in Whites Tree Frog (Please Help!)

    Your frog looks healthy, large clear eyes, skin not too tight or loose. It looks like natural coloring to me.
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    Re: New Toad Mom: Worried about loneliness

    I really don't think toads get lonely, however fire belly toads seem to do well in small colonies. If you don't have room for two, just enjoy the one you have.
  3. Thread: Spot on back

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    Re: Spot on back

    It is probably a skin blemish. I wouldn't worry too much. Watch for any significant changes in color, size or texture of the spot, it could be a sign of disease.
  4. Re: Injured arm on ACF? Holding arm above body, pic included

    I don't see any sign of disease or injury. Often times the frogs will lie motionless with their arms extended. Just keep an eye out for any changes, bu right now he looks quite healthy.
  5. Re: Breeding ADFs and Raising ADF Tadpoles? HELP!

    Try out these links:
    http://blogs.thatpetplace.com/thatreptileblog/2013/10/31/breed-dwarf-african-clawed-frogs/#.XQlGNYhKjcs
    http://www.hylid.clara.co.uk/hymenochirus/breeding_hymenochirus.htm
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    Re: African Dwarf Frog Set-Up & Health

    Here are some good links:
    https://iere.org/african-dwarf-frog/
    https://davidcecere.pipidae.org/Page2.htm
  7. Thread: Ick

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    Re: Ick

    I highly doubt that your frog will get ick. A healthy ACF has an effective slime coat in it skin that is designed to prevent many types of disease. However, I suggest that you remove the frog from...
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    Re: Worried about escapee? Please help!

    For the most part, ACFs are quite tough. In the wild, they are known to leave their home pond and travel to another in an effort to seek better conditions. I would be concerned about the wounds. A...
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    Re: Nyctixalus margaritifer

    I have not kept this species but I would think they could be kept in the same manner as frogs in the family Rhacophoridae. They are arboreal and appear to be foam nest builders. Good luck in your...
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    Re: Male or female? Opinions welcome

    Most likely it's a male because of the yollowish around the legs. However, it is hard to tell until the dorsal stripe fades out. The stripe indicates it's still a juvenile.
  11. Re: Baby African claws frog keeps floating to the surface (help)

    Bloating among ACFs is quite common. Since they live in water constantly, sometimes there is an imbalance and the frog absorbs more water that it needs. A little salt is all that the frog needs to...
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    Re: Greetings all!

    Welcome to Frog Forum!
  13. Thread: Hello!!

    by tgampper
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    Re: Hello!!

    Hi Erica. You came to the right place to become a great frog mom!
  14. Thread: New here

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    Re: New here

    Welcome to Frog Forum. Take time to explore the various forums, you will find many people who share your interests!
  15. Re: Help with African clawed frog spitting out food

    I think the problem is your diet. Feeding freeze-dried "anything" can harm aquatic frogs. I suggest feeding one of the pellet foods that are available, like Repto-Min. Nightcrawlers are very much...
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    Re: Sex of African Dwarf Frogs

    Males:


    Slightly smaller then a female
    Skinnier in the body then a female
    Post Axillary Subdermal Gland small glad behind each armpit, can be whiteish or pinkish in color. (looks like a...
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    Re: Best amphibian for small enclosure

    My first choice would be a dwarf clawed frog. Easy to care for and one would fit in a 2 gallon tank. They just need clean water and a good pellet fish food or similar. Temperature about 75 degrees. A...
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    Re: How much vit A to give?

    Dan has given great advice on using vitamins and minerals to amphibians. I am a former amphibian keeper at the Omaha Zoo. We took care of many species of amphibians that are on the critically...
  19. Thread: Hello

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    Re: Hello

    Hi and welcome to Frog Forum! You will find many people on this forum that are familiar with Pacmans.
  20. Thread: Hello

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    Re: Hello

    Hi! Welcome to Frog Forum. There are several forums where you can find those knowledgeable in the species of frogs you have.
  21. Thread: Hello World!

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    Re: Hello World!

    Hi Rob
    This is the right place to ask any questions about frogs and toads!
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    Re: Help please! injured pet tree frog

    Sorry to hear about your frog. Accidents do happen. Betadine is not the best for amphibians. Bactine is so much better. I have an possible solution and its a long shot. Place you frog in a shallow...
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    Re: my african clawed frog

    Keeping African clawed frogs is quite easy. They require at least a 10 gallon tank for proper growth. Keep the water temperature around 70 degrees (F). They do not do well at warmer temperatures....
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    Re: Fire-Belly Newt injured?

    Neosporin without pain killers is quite effective, however Bactine is not as strong and will protect from infection just as well. Just carefully swab Bactine on the wound twice daily until cleared....
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    Re: Big bump on my tree frogs' leg

    You may want to swab it on the wound twice daily until cleared.
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