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Old 11-30-2004, 05:52 PM
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Default my galacss tank...why are they not breeding :(

please help me, m y galacs are not breeding...

its a 3ftX1ft X1.5 ft (high) glass viv...

all the bloody seem interested in is eating!

can you see any areas that i can improve on please?

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How old are they? How many, what sexes? If you do have both sexes and they are mature frogs you may want to try increasing the humidity.
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How old are they? How many, what sexes? If you do have both sexes and they are mature frogs you may want to try increasing the humidity.
ive tried a 2 week "dry" period. then LOTS of water and high humidity... no change

i have 1 male and 3 females i think.

any moreideas?

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Have you heard calling?
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Do you have a standing water source? It doesn't have to be a big one, but I think that it's key when working with these guys. My friend's galacts weren't breeding and I told him to put a deep petri dish in his tank w/ water and it worked for him. You might wanna try it. Also, do you have coconut huts and things for them to lay on in them?
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thanks EverettC, ill give that a whirl - ive put a large water bowl in there, and they seem to love it - previous to that i had no standing water area...

i have 2 nesting areas and lots of places to hide too.

thanks guys, any more tips?

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Keep us posted on how it goes.
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Cool, but i think if u put a tropical backround on the sides and back, i think they'll like it allot. try some camera case things.
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