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    Default Anaxyrus (Bufo) debilis - how to care?

    Hi! My friend have nearly adult male and female of A. debilis for sale and I want to know something more about this beautiful toads I was trying to get some info, but I haven't find anything useful... so:

    1) Is terrarium 40x30x30 is enough big for 2 of them? (I think it's huge, but I know, that toads like traveling)
    2) What humidity and temperature do they need?
    3) What should I do to breed them?

    Marcin Poznański "Grim FrogBreeder"

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    Default Re: Anaxyrus (Bufo) debilis - how to care?

    Hi Marcin
    Most toads are cared for in the same manner. Frog Forum has an excellent toad care sheet:
    Frog Forum - Toad Basics - Keeping ground-dwelling Toads. A care sheet for Bufo, Anaxyrus, Spea, Scaphiopus, Ollotis, Alytes, Pelobates
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    Default Re: Anaxyrus (Bufo) debilis - how to care?

    I have seen that before, but I need very specific data about taking care and breeding this species... of course, I can keep them like in that post, but I don't think they will breed, and keeping happy amphibians and breeding them is my top priority I have, of course, some experience with amphibians - but my experience with toads is only with Bufo bufo (I have rescued 4 of them, before winter, it was 100% legal)

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