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Old 09-03-2005, 02:26 AM
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I going to buy some this weekend, I just wondering what kind of noise level should i expect from the frogs.
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Depends what kind you are getting.
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what species?
most species arent that noisy, or at least constantly.
some are noisy when they call though like leucs
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A powder blue and two leucomelas is either species very loud?
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in the same tank? What size tank?
how old are they?
im sure youve read about inbreeding, and tincs and leucs are capable of interbreeding.
heres a link to all the bad things about interbreeding.
http://dendroboard.com/phpBB2/viewto...084&highlight=
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I did read. The powder blue will be in a 10. and the others in a 29.
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Tincs tend to have low, soft calls though some people hear them easily enough. Leucs on the other hand can fill the room with their call but don't worry...it's a wonderful sound and they tend to only sing in the day. Once in a while, before or after lights out but it is pretty limited in duration.

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o ok i see.
Unless you have already set it up with a breeder, i might suggest getting more frogs. not different species, but like 4 or 5 leucs in the 29 instead of just 2, and a pair of tincs for the 10. Just my opinion, and youre probably more likely A) to see them more often and B) get breeding and eggs out of them.
Caring for multiple frogs isnt that much harder, you will just need to culture more FF's (probably 150 a day or so)
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