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  1. Alan, I think it the angle of the Camera, No FB's don't normally have long snouts.
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    Hi Alan! Lola is an American Toad and the Fowler is another species. I have no knowledge if they are compatible (due to toxins) and can't recommend keeping them together in same enclosure. As a general rule, I'm one of those that never mixes frog species or keeps frogs with other animals. Sorry can't be of much help on this one .
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    Hi Alan! I meant Lola looks like a female and you can call her Lola. But if a shy androgynous looking male and one day it calls... then you know it's a male.
  4. Maybe, add it to my reputation? Please?
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    Hi Alan,
    It's never "too late" for an introduction.
    Welcome to Frog Forum!
    I see you are getting comfortable !

    Thank you for offering your help with the Leopard Frog
    That's what it's all about here!
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    Oh ok
  7. Yep. There's also a light for a fish aquarium ontop of that.
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    Do you have a lid over Lola's cage?
  9. Lol :P
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Grew up taking care of toads, frogs, turtles, and salamanders. It's since stuck with me, but now most of my time is devoted to fly fishing.
Fly Fishing, Film, Herpetology
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"I sometimes go into my own little world, but that's okay, they know me there." Joel Hodgson
Species kept:
American Toad (Anaxyrus Americanus)
Northern Leopard Frog (Rana Pipens)
Blue Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma laterale)
Pacman Frog


"Look on the wall behind you. Look at that little girl's face. I know you've seen it. But you know what she's never going to be able to see? She's never going to be able to see the simple wonder of a leaf in her hand. Because there's not going to be any trees. Now you think about that."
R.I.P. Lola
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Hello new comers to frog forum

by AlanLynch on July 31st, 2013 at 11:04 AM
I'm no moderator here, and I don't want to be a jerk, but if you have a question, please post it in the forum area. Why? Well, this is mostly because not many members actually read the blogs. So if you have any question, please post it in the forum section of this website. It's really quite simple. First, click on the Forum button at the top of the website. Now say you have a question about your pac man frog, well then you would need to scroll down to the Pacman Frog discussion thread. once you're

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Groundcover Battle: Leaves vs. Moss

by AlanLynch on July 20th, 2013 at 04:07 PM
What ground cover is the best in a toad exhibit? Leaves or Moss? Cast your votes, and tell why you think which one is better for toads!

Tiny Bugs in American Toad cage?

by AlanLynch on June 21st, 2013 at 05:15 PM
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So, I'm new to the Frog Forum, but I've been reading it for years now, and I've had so many questions to ask. This is the one I find most important. For a year now I have had a female American Toad named Lola. She is healthy, always eats, has clear eyes, and is very active. (She has become diurnal) but, in the corner of her cage there is this whole colony of tiny white bugs, not even a millimeter long, eating these mushrooms in her cage. Now, they've been in there forever, but I don't think they

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