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Old 09-17-2007, 05:31 PM
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my frogs are nowhere near sexual maturity but I was wondering for the future....

if i have a lot of hidden places in my tank, are my frogs (azureus & ventrimaculatus) likely to lay there or do they usually stick to the petri dish & cocohut / broms & film canisters. I am especially worried about my azureus since there is a part of hte tank I really cant even see into. Should I fix my tank so that there arent spots where they can lay eggs and id never know about or is this usually not a problem? The hidden area I am talking about is a pond that is about 1/4 inch deep with smooth river rocks. Would azureus think this is a good egg laying site?
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Don't worry about not finding some eggs. Worst case scenario, you'll find a froglet later on.
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As far as my Azu go, they are not picky about an egg laying site at all.
First couple of clutches, I found the eggs on magnolia leaves (since I don't like the look of cocohut, there's none in there)
Since eggs are kind of difficult to see on mag leaf, I started putting largest potho leaves here and there and now they lay there as if trained to do so.
If I leave it in an open space right behind a front glass, they still lay there !
Once they know how to lay eggs, they don't stop .... so watch out :lol:
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Don't worry about not finding some eggs. Worst case scenario, you'll find a froglet later on.
theres no where in there where a tad could be raised tho
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will azureus lay on rocks? (no leaves or anything, just gravel and a few larger river rocks
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