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    Finally one of my tree frog tadpoles is a froglet. It caught me by surprise cause it took me a while to notice that the froglet had its front and back legs cause I check up on my tadpoles almost everyday... I recently just checked up on them and found the froglet. I made a quick metamorphism tank and put the froglet in it. It's my first time raising tree frog tadpoles and I had to ship them one day shipping since I moved back to New York so there is nowhere to really release them on Long Island. When I lived in Florida my friend gave them to me cause they were in his pool cover. I think it's a mixture of chorus frogs, Cuban tree frogs, and grey tree frogs. So I'm going to either keep them or sell them. What I really want to know is how to care for them when they loses his tail? Here are some pics.



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    How many are there? It would help to get lots of fruit fly cultures started already as well as preparing different places for the different species.

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    How many are there? It would help to get lots of fruit fly cultures started already.
    There is only one right now... Instead of fruit flies can I use pinhead crickets. Because I don't know where to fruit flies except for petco?


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    Don't use the ones from petco. Those are like they went and collected some gnats, all of the ones I got could fly, you can order some from somebody who breeds them to start your own culture

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    If they're small enough, sure, but make sure you can get enough.

    Edit: Oh, and I was asking how many tadpoles you had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elly View Post
    If they're small enough, sure, but make sure you can get enough.

    Edit: Oh, and I was asking how many tadpoles you had.
    Okay I could buy a fruit fly culture then while I'm culturing them and getting them started I will feed the froglets pinheads.... I have about 20-25 tadpoles


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