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    I'd recommend around 65-75, although they can probably tolerate a little higher/lower. The humidity I wouldn't worry too much about. As long as the coco fiber is a little moist and they have fresh water to soak, he/she should be pretty happy. If you want to read a little more on them there is a guide on this site:
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    Thank you

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    Could you please resend the link?

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    After some checking, the link 404'd on me once. After opening it in the gmail app it loaded the page, and worked fine after. I'm going to repost the link, but you might have to try a few times or open it in another app:
    http://www.frogforum.net/content.php...ytes-Pelobates
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    Unfortunately it takes to a forum o axolotl and stuff

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    And it goes to the classified section of frog forums? Hmmm

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    It's not supposed to go to either of those places, and frankly doesn't on my phone. I'm afraid I've no idea what's wrong, as it opens fine on my phone. I would suggest trying it on a PC or another app, but I am really confused. There's no reason for it to link to any of those places.

    Edit: The page you're supposed to get starts with this:
    Toad Care Basics - Care of Bufo, Anaxyrus, Spea, Alytes, and other Ground-Dwelling Toads
    by John P. Clare

    Caring for toads in captivity - as pets or otherwise. This article covers most if not all species of US and European ground dwelling toads, including the multitude of Bufo/Anaxyrus in the US and Europe, and the Spadefoot toads. This is aimed at people who have decided to keep a toad but know little about them and want to give them good basic care in a hurry. This seems to happen a lot. The info presented here is not intended for fire-belly toads (Bombina).
    What app(s) are you using to open this?
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    I got it to open in Chrome

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    Any suggestion for safe woods I can use for hides or decorations. I have some great cork bark tube. And I was going to put in some a sticker plants or a y suggestions for live plants?

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    Hi again!
    Wood: there's a few long lasting nice woods I know of to choose from, and I can probably find a few more to add after. Driftwood is an option I've seen tossed around. Some people buy it, others wander the beach looking for good driftwood and then boil and then bake it for sterilization purposes.
    Another option is Ghostwood, which I've heard good things about durability wise. You already have cork, which is a pretty good option.
    One to steer clear of is grapewood, in my opinion. It's common and I bought some without knowing what kind of wood it was. Molded in my African Bullfrog's enclosure in less than a week, started looking all mildewy.

    Plants: I actually just typed up a list of plants for another thread the other night. Pothos(Devil's Ivy) and Heart Leaf Philodendron are hardy difficult to kill vines that can easily be found at home depot or another retailer(just make sure to rinse any plants you buy.)
    For some more ideas on what plants to use, check out this stickied thread from the plants section:
    http://www.frogforum.net/showthread....)-plant-thread
    I found it to be a very good read.
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    Thanks for your help again. I do have ghost wood, some left over from the 3d wall I built for my hermit crabs. I also have choya wood. I will look for the plants you suggested. Thank you again. I am sure I will have more questions.

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