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Old 11-18-2019, 02:20 PM
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Default Mysteriosus dies off


I have raised quite a few tadpoles of Dendrobates and Ranitomeya in tubs woth no issues, but at some point the froglets og Mysteriosus dies off. I have put some in af planted tank with lots of hides, and they seem to fare better, but still they never reach adulthood. They are fed springtail and dusted FF in low quantity and does not overeat (to the Best of lu knowledge). The breeding group is just fine, and easy to keep imo,but the froglets are a mystery to me - do you Guys have any advice to give? Thank you in advance!
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Old 11-18-2019, 03:43 PM
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Default Re: Mysteriosus dies off

No one here in the US should know much about keeping Mysteriosus, but if this was any of the dart frog species I know about, I would look at the supplementation regime used for the adults. What are you dusting your flies with and how often? How are you rearing the tadpoles and what are you feeding them?

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