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    Re: Help identifying cause of death.

    Don't rule out the possibility of a viral infection.

    Lucké's tumor of leopard frogs (kidney) is caused by a herpesvirus.....can remain latent and affect leopard frogs at the 2yr mark. It's...
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    Re: Treating for chytrid fungus

    Here is some additional useful reference material for anyone keeping amphibians:
    Bd, ranavirus, and parasite : background, treatment, hygiene concerns, best practices from Amphibian Ark.
    ...
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    Re: Treating for chytrid fungus

    Need to clarify that the Josh's Frogs and Genesis Exotics test kit DO NOT include shipping and testing fee....they are merely the gloves, swabs, mailing envelope, form, directions.

    The total cost...
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    Re: Treating for chytrid fungus

    Strider is correct here. Bd is widespread, can infect American toads, can be asymptomatic in some species/populations. This makes it a concern for introducing any new animals into a collection or...
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    Re: Starry Night Reed Frogs

    Sounds good.

    Let me know if you have any other questions once you commit to setting up.
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    Re: Starry Night Reed Frogs

    You mentioned a "small colony".... around six ?
    Are you going to have a water feature for them to breed/spawn?

    I had a colony that started with six in a 18 x 18 x 24 with a water feature.

    1.)...
  7. Re: I need help with eggs care for Mantella madagascariensis

    The female lays the eggs in one spot and all at once, from what I've seen.

    If you have more than one female then they may lay them in the same spot or separately.

    During the breeding...
  8. Re: I need help with eggs care for Mantella madagascariensis

    One of the difficulties with Mantella breeding is successful fertilization of the eggs. The males(s) may take up to 4 days to fertilize the eggs once the female lays them.
    Even with that the %...
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    Re: shaking

    This can possibly be due to calcium deficiency.

    Do you dust / supplement?

    See this post (or search for others) for some info and ways to assist if it is calcium deficiency:...
  10. Re: Anybody here have experience with chameleons?

    I used to have several chameleons back in the late '90s.

    I think that it is better to coax them into walking/stepping onto you or the stick.
    If you try to pick them up they usually grab onto the...
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    Re: Worms in my tadpole cups!

    They could be in your other cups as well, but are hiding in the moss, etc.

    They can come out and climb the surface in larger numbers when oxygen levels are getting low.


    Otherwise the one cup...
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    Re: Worms in my tadpole cups!

    These are likely detritus worms which are common in aquariums as well. I've had them in tadpole set ups.


    Detritus worms aren't harmful themselves, but in large numbers are signs that other...
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    Re: And here we go........

    In my experience, younger / less developed tads are more translucent....and I would suspect this is what you have.



    Benedicta tads show their characteristic red when morphing and, from what I...
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    Re: Updated African clawed frog care-sheet

    One suggestion.

    If those aren't your photos you should add the source of the photo under each one to abide to Fair Use / copyright, etc.
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    Re: www.backwaterreptiles.com?

    I think he will be disappointed in Genesis Exotics.

    They don't sell african clawed frogs which is what he is looking to buy.
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    Re: Reed Frog Care Help

    That's good.

    If they are captive bred they should be more able to tell you the species (eg. Argus or not).

    Would be interesting to see why the size differences if captive bred, as usually CB...
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    Re: Hyperolius Argus Frogs

    From Wikipedia lsiting:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperolius_argus




    Also see AmphibiaWeb entry:
    http://amphibiaweb.org/cgi/amphib_query?where-genus=Hyperolius&where-species=argus
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    Re: Reed Frog Care Help

    I would suggest switching your dusting products (have some time to do this, but should do it eventually for the best supplementation of the frogs).

    Many of the supplements for reptiles do not have...
  19. Re: New Red-Eyed Tree Frog's condition. Question.

    Using temps to cure chytrid isn't 100%
    http://www.conservationevidence.com/actions/770


    I haven't seen anyone stating that salt baths can cure chytrid (or that they are that safe for frogs)...I...
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    Re: Reed Frog Care Help

    Hi,

    I answered your other post on Dendroboard so check there for some info I've already given.

    But , I would also say that Frog Forum is more geared to other types of frogs than DB which is...
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    Wanted: Re: Eastern and Rough-skinned newts

    Eastern newt

    Have you tried:

    http://www.wholesaleexotics.com/amphibians/wholesale-amphibians-for-sale.html

    https://www.wardsci.com/store/catalog/product.jsp?catalog_number=878125
    ...
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    Sticky: Re: How to display your photos/pictures here

    The photo uploading still doesn't work....over 5 months after it was reported as a problem !

    Photo uploading wasn't working in February 2015 when I reported it.
    The forum wasn't hacked until...
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    Re: Easiest frogs to breed..

    Starry Night Reed frogs (Heterixalus alboguttatus) are very easy and prolific as long as you have a water feature (doesn't have to be very large) in your viv......no need for a rain chamber for...
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    Re: Culturing fruit flies

    It's not a specie of fly ! It is a fruit fly strain with a particular type of mutated allele.


    see this thread for info.

    http://www.frogforum.net/showthread.php?t=33885


    BTW: The search...
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    Re: Mantilla with hurt front leg

    Hey Roger,

    I think that these are the Mantella that you previously mentioned that you were getting from Josh's Frogs.
    http://www.frogforum.net/showthread.php?t=34607

    Back then we provided you...
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