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    Someone was looking to rehome this pacman and i think i am going to get it. Still small, as you can see in the picture. I know it's some sort of horned because of the spikes on the eyes. Any morph ideas?
    Also, not sexed. Any way to do that on my own?

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    Looks like a greenish brown cranwelli to me.

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    Brown cranwelli. In order to sex the frog it will need to be 2.5" to 3" in length. Males will have a dark patch that looks like a mole on the side of each thumb towards the frog's chest.

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    He/she is really beautiful I would get him/her


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    Welcome to the forum . Cute frog!

    Here is a care sheet for you.

    http://www.frogforum.net/content/pac...-breeding-170/

    Basics needs:

    -Temp 80-82'F (heat source - with uth heat pad for side wall or 50watt red heat bulb and a done lamp with a dimmer)
    -Humidity 80%
    -Dechlorinator for water
    -Calcium with vitamin D3 supplement
    -MVI supplement (I prefer Repashy plus calcium)
    -Eco earth coconut fiber (not husk) substrate or paper towels
    -Crickets, earth worms, night crawlers (cut to size)
    -Food and gel water for crickets and a container to keep them in
    -Shallow water bowl for soaking
    -12" tongs if going to teach him to tong feed
    -Misting/spray bottle or automatic mister or fogger

    Hope I didn't forget anything.
    Grif? Any extras?
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    Oh, and a nice cave or something safe to hide under .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heatheranne View Post
    Welcome to the forum . Cute frog!

    Here is a care sheet for you.

    Frog Forum - Pacman and Horned Frogs - Ceratophrys - Care and Breeding

    Basics needs:

    -Temp 80-82'F (heat source - with uth heat pad for side wall or 50watt red heat bulb and a done lamp with a dimmer)
    -Humidity 80%
    -Dechlorinator for water
    -Calcium with vitamin D3 supplement
    -MVI supplement (I prefer Repashy plus calcium)
    -Eco earth coconut fiber (not husk) substrate or paper towels
    -Crickets, earth worms, night crawlers (cut to size)
    -Food and gel water for crickets and a container to keep them in
    -Shallow water bowl for soaking
    -12" tongs if going to teach him to tong feed
    -Misting/spray bottle or automatic mister or fogger

    Hope I didn't forget anything.
    Grif? Any extras?
    Thats about it on the basics. Variety is good when ot comes to food so i would add Hornworms and Dubia Roaches in there as well.


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    Thank you everyone! I'm really exited to get him/her. I'll be posting pictures!

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    Please post more pics when you get shim.


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    It's by no way 100% sure, but with the sharp slope between the eyes and the mouth, I would guess a male.
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