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    Xenopus fraseri

    I have been keeping clawed frogs for years, stopped twice (I always had Xenopus laevis) but I always fall in love with them again when I see them. And this time I bought a species I have never seen...
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    Re: African clawed frog tank mates

    It looks to be going fine. I was also thinking on putting a Epalzeorhynchos bicolor in my tank.
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    Re: New purchase

    Wow, never seen this species before. Cool toads. Is the last photo a female with eggs on her back?
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    Sticky: Re: Post photos of your African Clawed Frog Set up

    Good setup, like the natural look. I bought a new piece of redwood.
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    Sticky: Re: Post photos of your African Clawed Frog Set up

    Vallisneria spiralis varia tiger is a good looking plant, and grows well in cold and in hot water.

    Amazone swords are good hiding spots for your frogs.62107
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    Sticky: Re: Post photos of your African Clawed Frog Set up

    They donīt eat them and even if they do, the snails are small so the frogs wonīt choke in them.
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    Sticky: Re: Post photos of your African Clawed Frog Set up

    Donīt know what kind of snails they are, but they do a great job of eating algae. Need to put some in my small tank.
    The frogs donīt eat them. I think my axolotls do.
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    Sticky: Re: Post photos of your African Clawed Frog Set up

    My big tank:
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    Small tank
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    Sticky: Re: Post photos of your African Clawed Frog Set up

    Nice tank. Is the LED good for your plant growth? I am considering on buying it too, if it already exists in Belgium.
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    Sticky: Re: Post photos of your African Clawed Frog Set up

    7 years, not bad. I think they can live up to 15 years. With a friend of me I have a frog that is about 8 or 9 years now, still looking good :)
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    Re: Breeding Xenopus laevis

    Video


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwKGQygLtME
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    Re: Axolotl and clawed frog

    I had 2 frogs and 1 axolotl that grew up in the same tank. But after a while the axolotl started to get much bigger then the frogs. Never had any problems. But when you add them as adults they will...
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    Sticky: Re: Post photos of your African Clawed Frog Set up

    It is 100x30x40cm I think. This was my South-American fishtank, added some plants and the frogs. Gave the fish away. There are about 5 endler guppys in there.
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    Sticky: Re: Post photos of your African Clawed Frog Set up

    My tank.
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    Re: Breeding Xenopus laevis

    Free swimming

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    And the adults have laid eggs once again. But I have enough tadpoles :p
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    Re: Breeding Xenopus laevis

    Larvea :)
    This time more then 10 :p
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    Re: Breeding Xenopus laevis

    The eggs are hatching.
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    Re: Breeding Xenopus laevis

    Itīs easter so: eggs :)
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    Re: Breeding Xenopus laevis

    An update, sold the wildtypes and now I am planning to keep 1 couple of the reticulated ones, I think they are 2 females and 2 males. The wildtype I bought is a male.

    Photos:...
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    Re: My "new" 65 gallon

    Indeed quite strange that the little one doesnīt get eaten by the big ones. He is an albino and not a reticulated as far as I can see.
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    Re: My new Xenopus Tads

    Nice to see some wild Clawed frogs, how are they doing right now? And where do Xenopus laevis live in the wild? I would love to write an article about Xenopus laevis, about breeding them, taking care...
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    For Sale: Xenopus laevis (klauwkikker)

    Hallo

    Ik heb nog 6 klauwkikkers teveel van eigen kweek.
    Het zijn wildkleur dieren die komen uit een albino man en een wildkleur vrouw.
    Ze zijn ongeveer een 5 cm groot.

    2 euro het stuk.

    Af...
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    Re: Breeding Xenopus laevis

    I have good and bad news.
    The bad news: the white ones are not leucistics.
    The good news: they are reticulated albinos.
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    Reticulated albino back in my tank

    My reticulated albino is back in my tank, traded her for 1 of my wildtype females.
    Now lets hope she breeds. I think she is about 7 years old.
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    Re: Breeding Xenopus laevis

    Albino means they have no pigment, the red is just the blood you see through the cells.
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