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    Re: Baby pacman frog refusing food

    I followed the first thread and have been following this one and I thought I should speak up. It was obvious to me from the picture that the "stick" was in fact coming from the inside of the frog....
  2. Thread: Marco passed

    by Sunshine
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    Re: Marco passed

    I'm sorry for your loss [emoji22]


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    Re: White spots on red eyed tree frogs

    You are welcome! :biggrin:
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    Re: White spots on red eyed tree frogs

    Most red eyes I have seen have at least a couple spots. :) As long as your enclosure is being kept clean I wouldn't worry about it.
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    Re: White spots on red eyed tree frogs

    I thought the white spots were normal? How long have you had the frogs?
  6. Thread: ID frogs

    by Sunshine
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    Re: ID frogs

    It looks like you have at least 2 species in there. I am guessing Masked Swamp froglets and Rhinoceros froglets. :biggrin:
    Sounds like they are being sold as feeders? I don't know how you are going...
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    Re: What kind of water do Bombina's need?

    Welcome to the forum btw!! :biggrin:
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    Re: What kind of water do Bombina's need?

    For mine I just used treated water. I didn't cycle it and I never had any problems.
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    Re: Pacman housing

    The tank does look better. I agree with Cory about covering 3 sides of the enclosure.
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    Re: Summer, fruit fly cultures keep crashing.

    I think fruit fly cultures go sterile at temps 85+
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    Re: Help With a Sick / Hurt Leopard Frog

    Someone correct me if I am wrong, but if your calcium does not have vitamin D3 she will not be able to absorb the calcium properly unless you are using UVB lighting.
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    Re: My Whites Tree frogs pic!

    LOL!!!

    Cute frogs btw!!!
  13. Re: Is There Any One Feeding Night Crawlers To Their Frogs?

    I think so... I couldn't find much information on them.
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    Re: Redo!! 2nd attempt paludarium

    Awesome!! This tank looks great! I like the plant selection :)
  15. Re: Is There Any One Feeding Night Crawlers To Their Frogs?

    I believe they are Bilobella Aurantiaca. They feed on mold and decaying material. They shouldn't bother your worms :)
    http://www.falw.vu.nl/en/Images/BilobellaAurantiaca_tcm24-30004.jpg
  16. Re: Is There Any One Feeding Night Crawlers To Their Frogs?

    Looks like a type of springtail.
  17. Re: Is There Any One Feeding Night Crawlers To Their Frogs?

    Earthworms in North America are actually invasive and were brought here by European settlers. There is no evidence to suggest that earthworms existed here before then. The kind that you want to look...
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    Re: Crickets & earthworms

    You gotta keep em separated! :D They have different care requirements. Worms need to be kept moist and crickets need to be kept dry.
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    Re: Frog idea for 100 gallon palu

    I would love to see your pictures! If this is your first build I would skip the waterfall. They tend to fail. :eek: Vietnamese Mossy Frogs (Theloderma Corticale) would be good for a build like this...
  20. Re: Is There Any One Feeding Night Crawlers To Their Frogs?

    You can keep them in a dark plastic box with holes drilled in the lid and bottom of the box for ventilation and drainage. Fill the box with fertilizer free soil and add worms. Make sure the soil is...
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    Re: A rambling frog post from Taiwan

    Those are some nice looking frogs and toads, thanks for sharing! I like the Hyla Chinensis :) Too cute!
  22. Re: For all you pacman lovers show us your pacman frogs

    That is a very nice looking pac! You can see the nuptial pad (brown spot) on his 'thumb' in the second pic. :biggrin:
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    Re: Feeding quantities

    You are welcome! Do you have any pictures of your frog? We love pictures here :biggrin:
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    Re: New chipmunk build

    This tank is awesome but we wouldn't expect anything less from you Bill! :biggrin: I can't wait to see it finished!!
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    Re: Treefrog classification

    I do see a hint of a white stripe down the sides though so they could be Hyla Cinerea... Dunno.
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