Re: is it a must for clay substrate for pumilio?
From my understanding, the froglets (and the frogs) get the calcium from the clay by direct contact with it. You could just buy some clay from a member here, and put the clay in a spot in the vivarium where the froglets could directly contact it...
EDIT: In the past, people did not use clay substrates and the froglets were fine. The extra calcium helps, but they do not NEED the clay.
1.1 Banded Leucs just layed eggs!
Last edited by goof901; 04-09-2013 at 06:07 PM.