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    Re: Mossy frogs+Fish=?

    The frogs sure won't mind, food is always food ;)
    However, you'd want to make sure the fish is free from nastiness etc. I'm pretty sure the fish won't like the kind of water that mossies like (like...
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    Re: New, proud frog owner!

    Hello! I just replied to your PM as well (didn't realized that you cross-PMed/posted...). Just wanted to add, now that I can see the terrarium, that you really should make that tank more...
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    Re: Quick humidity question

    Just wanted to add that the Exo-terra terrariums can indeed rust. My mesh did in a tropical setup after a few months. Could very well be that I was unlucky and got a bad tank. Just wanted to give you...
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    Re: Bonsai plants good or bad ??

    "Bonsai" is just the way the plant is cared for (making it look like a miniature version of a fully grown "tree"). In other words, "bonsai plants" are not bad, or good, for terrarium. It's all up to...
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    Re: New "cleaner" Terrarium Plan?

    Agreeing with everything, except that it's quite easy to kill Sansevieria spp. with over-watering. Just don't water it much at all and it'll be fine, but too much water will kill it. I know, I've...
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    Re: Air plant experience??

    Tillandsias are awesome and work great in a lot of terrariums, provided that they aren't too dry. I've been using a few different species in two different tanks (for L. lugubris, so no frogs, but...
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    As a norse, I can confirm he's living the good...

    As a norse, I can confirm he's living the good life with the true gods right now, awating the next Ragnarrök, where he will once again battle the giants, equipped with valour and fighting for glory....
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    Every plant is less than optimal to digest, so...

    Every plant is less than optimal to digest, so unless they're very dangerous to the touch, they're pretty harmless if you ask me (whwn used with common sense). It's all about making the frog not...
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    Ficus pumila, Tradescantia zebrina and Dracaena...

    Ficus pumila, Tradescantia zebrina and Dracaena sanderiana are nice choices as well, which would work fine with these frogs. The first two plants can be potted at the top of the enclosure. They make...
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    That is, without a doubt, one of the two calls...

    That is, without a doubt, one of the two calls that A. callidryas have. Congratulations :)

    EDIT: And yes, that call is their "non-breeding"-call, more just for claming terretory and such rather...
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    I'm afraid that's not totally true. There are...

    I'm afraid that's not totally true. There are some gas exchange through their skin, but the primary respiration is with the nostrils and lungs. If I recall correctly, there are one species of...
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    To say "tree frogs can drown and are bad...

    To say "tree frogs can drown and are bad swimmers" is just plain wrong, because it's just to unspecific. First of all, what's the definition of tree frog in this question. All frogs that dwells in...
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    Re: BIG Mo smiling for the camera :)

    Entering with a field herp-picture this time. Me and my SO found this Hyla arborea when we were field herping for this specific frogs (and Pelobates fuscus). It turned out OK, and it actually posed...
  14. I think moving her would cause a lot more stress...

    I think moving her would cause a lot more stress than a temporary clingy male.
    Better to be overconcerend than under ;)
  15. The male was triggered to breed due to the...

    The male was triggered to breed due to the weather changes and the female wasn't ready (since they need a longer and stronger seasonal change in order to produce the eggs). So she tried to throw him...
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    Re: Exo Terra Jungle Vine

    Fake plants..? Not sure where that came from. I would too just stay away from fake plants, since they do no good and live plants are better in every possible way. Vines, however, are much harder to...
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    Re: Exo Terra Jungle Vine

    Just would like to emphasize again that you don't need to pick between jungle vines or live plants. It's perfectly doable to use both, and in my experince, it's a great success to do so. ;)
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    Re: white small bugs, harmful or harmless?

    It's hard to tell what it is, but it looks like it could be some kind of springtail. If it is, then it's just a bonus since these little guys feed on stuff that you don't want in a enclosure (poop,...
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    Re: A few temperature questions

    First of all, it's impossible to say if the specific temperatures are good or bad without know what species you're planning on keeping in there.

    As you (hopefully) know, frogs are ectothermic...
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    Re: Exo Terra Jungle Vine

    They're great and perfect for tree frogs (like red eyes). I'm having a really hard time believing that they are rough enough to hurt a red eye. I've used them a lot, and they're simple awesome (but a...
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    Did you actually read what I wrote before quoting...

    Did you actually read what I wrote before quoting me? I argued that it's not bad per se to make a purse of something instead of letting it go to waste (when it will be killed either way). I never...
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    Re: Dead toads for sale

    People that want a souvenir and can actually take something as terrible as the cane toad invasion and enjoy it? It's great that people can make money from them (and kill a few at the same time, even...
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    Re: Vivarium Designs needed

    Thank you.
    The UTH works like a charm for me, but know there's always a chance of cracking the glass when you mix a hot glass surface with (potentially) cold water. Just make sure you read up about...
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    Re: Vivarium Designs needed

    Since you asked for it, here's my 60x45x60cm Exo-Terra A. callidryas enclosure:

    http://i.imgur.com/U6Vr2.jpg

    Three layers of substrate:

    Top: Sphagnum moss (Namiba terra, I think)
    Middle:...
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    Actually, there are a few posionous snakes. They...

    Actually, there are a few posionous snakes. They store the toxin from amphibians, making them dangerous to digest.

    EDIT: Sorry, I somehow missed SkeletalFrog's post. My bad.
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