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    Sterilizing chlorine-sensitive plants

    I have a calathea I'd like to use in a tank. In the past, I've used bleach and water to clean my plants (followed by a rinse in water with dechlorinator + allowing them to sit for a week or so.)...
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    Re: Use of ceramics or bisqueware in vivarium

    In terms of cultured feeder insects, I can basically get what's available here: http://biosuppliers.nz/
    They also ate fruit flies when they were smaller.

    I started out catching wild flies for...
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    Re: Use of ceramics or bisqueware in vivarium

    Thanks - I'll head to the clay shop in town and ask about suitable clays there. I assume anything safe for an aquarium, clay-wise, would be safe for frogs? I'll definitely stay away from any...
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    Use of ceramics or bisqueware in vivarium

    Hey! I'm building a vivarium for green and gold bell frogs and I'm planning how to provide water to them. They're a reasonably water-loving/strong swimming species as far as tree frogs go. I would...
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    Re: Wood safety - Fatsia Japonica?

    I can definitely completely sterilize it (soak + bleach + bake/boil, in that order? removing all bleach residue of course)

    I guess I'm trying to ascertain if it's the wood itself that's the...
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    Lighting for a frog that basks?

    I have green and gold bell frogs which, according to wikipedia, bask in the sun in the wild, favour unshaded water and are often active during the day. What I've got right now is a lamp intended for...
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    Re: Canned Crickets + Woodlice

    I did read about the nutritional thing - would dusting the pieces offset that at all? I've been using Repashy Calcium Plus to dust all their food (flies/fruit flies for the most part before now.)...
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    Wood safety - Fatsia Japonica?

    I'm setting up an enclosure for tree frogs and was looking for potential woods and plants to use as climbing items. I noticed an already-dead branch on a fatsia japonica in my garden and broke it...
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    Canned Crickets + Woodlice

    Through a series of unfortunate events I've all but run out of live insects and ended up having to buy more from the store. They had nothing that was close to hatching except for some expired black...
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    Green and gold bell frogs swell with air?

    I have 7 frogs, all about 8 months old. Their bodies sometimes appear 'swollen' outwards, but with air, not fluid, and they sometimes inflate or deflate over a fairly short period of time (I'll...
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    Re: Repashy getting in tank?

    Thank you for the reply :)
    When it happens, I've been nudging them towards their water with a leaf to wash it off (they're pretty tame.) Of course that means a tiny bit of vitamin goes in the water...
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    Repashy getting in tank?

    I have some young tree frogs who are currently eating fruit flies dusted with Repashy Calcium Plus. They're getting house flies and blow flies too but I've stuck with fruit flies as they're still...
  13. Help setting up a green and gold bell frog terrarium? (size, substrate questions, etc)

    Hi! I have 7 juvenile green and gold bell frogs (I know it's a lot to have, but they're essentially rescues - they were taken from awful conditions in a closing-down petshop as tadpoles.) They're...
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    Hosta safe for frogs?

    Can I plant a hosta in a terrarium for green and gold bell frogs? They aren't being fed anything that would eat it, just house flies at the moment. I can't find it on any toxic or nontoxic plant...
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