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    Are those white spots normal or i must be worried and begin treatment for oodinium
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    Default Re: Is this normal?

    I've seen these white spots on older Red eyes. I believe it is normal.

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    Default Re: Is this normal?

    the little white spots are --- absoluutely --- positively --- normal
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    Dendrobates auratus “Costa Rican Green Black"
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    Default Re: Is this normal?

    So far by now, the hardest thing to a newbie having an amphibian is the paranoia that creates the frog when adapting to the vivarium, thank you guys for the replies, the frog is doing so well it (i don't know if it is female or male) looks plenty healthy wakes up in the night eat one or three crickets or just wandering in the vivarium and gets asleep again, and today i realize that the frog has grown up a little bit and it getting a little bit fat

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