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Old 09-26-2010, 04:29 AM
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I'm interested to see your breeding setups for ebraccata or other similiar frogs. Please feel free to post pics of your tanks.

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Default Re: ebraccata breeding setup

Thanks for the link, but I looked at most of those already. Not really any clear pics of breeding setups for them.
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They are being bred in their tanks as far as i remember. No special breeding setups.
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Default Re: ebraccata breeding setup

We recently bred these at JoshsFrogs.

We moved a group of 15 into a large, approx. 96qt sterilite container with a solid top. There was about 6 inches of water in the bottom, with indian almond leaves added for tannins. A large plastic pot was placed in the water, planted with pothos, and a water pump was used to circulate water. The frogs laid eggs on the pothos leaves overhanging the water a few days after introduction (which coincided with a storm front moving through). Some of the eggs were partially submerged.

About 7 weeks later, the tadpoles have decent sized back legs.
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Thanks for that Zack. It's very helpful. Do you happen to have a pic of this?

You guys didn't use a rainbar...just the setup as is worked?
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When I bred them at the Bronx Zoo I had a trio in a 18x18 exo terra which was drilled and had a stand pipe. The tank was filled with about 3 inches of RO water and a land mass made of eggcrate with sphagnum moss and lots of pothos growing out of it and through out the tank. The lid had two misting heads attached and the tank was missed for about 18 hrs a day. While I don't have pictures of this set up here is one of there typical breeding habitat that I took in Panama:


and here is one exceptionally pretty one I found:
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For some reason the pics aren't showing...could you email them to me?

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