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    I've had a group of 4 adult Phyllomedusa sauvagii for about two weeks. Two days ago, I noticed one of them has developed nuptial pads and is calling at night. This is great news for me, since one of the intentions of buying this group was to establish a breeding colony, I just didn't realize it might happen so soon. I am looking for some care information on the tadpoles of this species. I'd like to know: what their setup should be like, what diet should they be on, what temperature to keep the water at, etc.


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    The best I can tell you is read the red-eye article as they are in the same subfamily. Breeding should be the same so you will need to build a rain chamber. Husbandry is different though. Phyllomedusa sauvagii like it warm and drier than Agalychnis callidryas. I just can't say how warmer or drier. Good luck.

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