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i love my two auratus they are getting bolder by the day, the male mantella is also getting bold but the female only shows her face about once a week if im lucky.





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Just wondering do you have two differant species in the same tank.If so be carefull they will interbreed.. I may be wrong just couldnt tell from your post.
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it is impossible for dendrobates and mantellas to breed
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Try some more cover. I am by no means an expert on anything here, but cover sounds like it could solve alot of visibility issues (also knowing what that tank looks like, I remember the cryp) It is also possible the others are stressing each other out in some way. Inter-species, inter-sex or otherwise. Also, is it just me or are those four diff. species/morphs of frogs? Two species of mantella and a G&B and a G & bronze (or spotted?) auratus? Maybe I'm crazy...which is entirely possible :lol: If they are 2 diff. types of auratus, make sure not to breed them together. That is a big no no usually.

BTW, minus mixing, I think that one really pretty tank.
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surprisingly the auratus are the same species but they have very different patterns, as well as the mantellas. they are in the same tank at this time but only for another week there other tank is almost finished. they have only been in there for about two weeks. my nefew spayed there old tank with windex so i imediatly took them out and scraped the tank and started a new one for the auratus. the auratus are not sexually mature yet. so they dont seem to bother the mantellas. but still cant wait to get them out of that tank and into the new one.
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