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    Re: Photo of the Month for July 2014

    Female Spring Peeper

    http://i871.photobucket.com/albums/ab276/Ashley_Justice/Feild%20Herping/FemalePeeper02_zps4efb2200.jpg
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  3. Re: Photos, photos, photos... We need your best photos :)

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    Re: Photo of the Month for January 2014

    I did make a thread a while back when I first got these frogs (2012). I read back through it and I was so excited to have gotten them. I still love these little frogs!
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    Re: Photo of the Month for January 2014

    Sleepy Leptopelis uluguruensis.
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    Re: Found these in the yard

    They look a little like our red backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus)

    http://i871.photobucket.com/albums/ab276/Ashley_Justice/Pets/Salamanders/Redback01.jpg
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    Re: Toad keepers-how deep is your substrate?

    I use anywhere from 3-5 inches. I currently have 5 inches of eco earth. My toads are burrowed for the winter. Have been since November.

    As to giving them less substrate. I have only given them...
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    Re: Hello frog lovers!

    I too live in the woods and have a pond. Lots of frogs around here. Also have snakes, lizards, and turtles which I also love. The place I live now used to be my great grandparents. I used to stay...
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    Re: Bloated or fat?

    Most frogs "pee" on you as a defense. Sometimes it amazing me how much can come out!

    I'm with the rest she looks fine.
  10. Re: Is it okay to have snails in a tank with ACF?

    If anything you could get ramshorn snails or any other snail without a trap door if you are worried about that. Ramshorn snails get about the size of a dime or smaller. They are naturally a red or...
  11. Re: New Studies on Reptile Intelligence: How Smart is Your Pet?

    Don't know if it counts. But my Cali kingsnake, Jormungandr sheds in his water bowl. He completely submerges and slithers around and around inside the bowl until all the skin is off. Then he comes...
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    Wanted: Re: Bufo japonicus & Bufo viridis

    I asked Samurai Japan about the Japanese Toads and they told me that they thought it was illegal to export them to the USA. I don't know if it is illegal on the Japanese end or the USA end of...
  13. Re: Major over haul needed for salamander terrarium. Conflicting information inco...

    When I had yellow spotted salamander's, I used to keep them in the bathroom during the winter because it was the most humid room!

    Don't sweat the sallies. They are the easiest critters I have...
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    Re: Need Urgent help

    A biologist is better than most vets in my opinion. Where I live there are no herp vets at all. There are the run of the mill exotic vets that treat hamsters and bunnies. But bring in a snake or a...
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    Re: Reptile thread

    I've already posted in this thread, but here are some new additions.

    I breed kingsnakes and got a nice clutch this year of 11 babies. I got 1 mosaic, 3 stripes, and 7 tiretracks (aka chocolate...
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    Re: My salamander won't eat. Help!

    It may be due to the weather. As stated above you may want to get a low wattage heat source to boost the temps a little bit if you do not want her to brumate.

    I would try feeding something other...
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    Re: My Western Toad

    Lovely tank you have there. I like the dirty water too. My toads make it their mission to dirty their water as soon as I give them clean water.
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    Re: Like to know how many frogs do you have ?

    I have down sized and if I don't count my boyfriend's frogs, I only have 13.

    5 Leptopelis uluguruensis. Only one has a name. He only has one eye and is named One Eyed Jack.
    5 Bufo americanus. ...
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    Re: yellow spotted salamander found

    Forgot to add that whenever you do release the salamander you should release it near where you found it. These guys migrate in large numbers every spring to the same breeding areas. If you release...
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    Re: yellow spotted salamander found

    Don't use uvb. They are nocturnal and burrowers. You will rarely even see them. Room temperature should be fine. They actually like it kind of cool. Keep it in moist eco earth. It should stay...
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    Re: Need help with American toads.

    Toads breed in early spring. If you have a female she most likely is not gravid. They need to be cooled during winter and warmed up in order for that process to happen.

    So more likely than not,...
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    Re: Help with found toad please!

    I don't know what the weather is like there. But here the toads have all burrowed for the winter. It's much too cold for them to be out and about. It's supposed to snow this week. So, if it's too...
  23. Re: Why is breeding different species of dart frogs among themselves so frowned upon?

    Old thread I know but I wanted to chip in. I'm not totally against hybrids. But it can get messy.

    I mainly keep and breed snakes and hybrids are always a very hot topic. Especially with corn...
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    Re: Toadarium Redecoration and Halloween!

    That's so cute! I used to decorate my snake tanks for all the seasons and holidays.
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    Re: Anaxyrus (Bufo) debilis (Weston green toad)

    I cool my animals in my boyfriend's basement because it is unheated and stays pretty cold during the winter.
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