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Old 05-12-2011, 02:13 AM
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I just finished my newest tank. A 40 gal. breeder for my tads and juvenile frogs. I have some temporary lights on it for now.
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That looks great! I wish my viv was that big.
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Old 05-12-2011, 02:32 AM
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Thank you very much. Sorry to hear that your viv isn't very big. I got lucky on that one, cause the empty tank was givin to me by a friend. Maybe you'll have some same luck. There are two Azureus froglets in it now and a Azureus tad.
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Great morph out tank! My morph out tank is a plastic tub with leaf litter and plastic cups tilted at a 45 degree angle for the tads to crawl out lol.
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can tads live in this without eating each other? Or is it for just only non-cannibalistic kind? If so what kind are they?
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Old 05-12-2011, 03:25 AM
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That looks great! I wish my viv was that big.
Just wait for PetCo to do their dollar per gallon sale in September(ish).

Tank looks good. What kind of tads/frogs are you keeping in here?
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He said he has a few azureus frogs, so probably at least azureus tads, maybe some other species, not sure. As long as they are fed well and have a large area like this, I don't think cannibalistic will be a very big problem.
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To me it looks like the OP would put the tads in the little "bowls" all around the viv and they'll crawl out when ready.
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Well I can't say that I don't believe that cannibalism could never be an issue. However, what I can say is that my adult azureus are in a 56 gallon tank now and I have been raising the tads in there with them. There isn't near as much water in that tank. I have had quite a few tads disappear in there, but, the only culprit that I have actually caught eating my tads are of all things, SNAILS!, believe it or not. I have not seen any of the tads eating each other yet. I have a ton of snails in that tank and can't get rid of them. Once I can get the tads that are in there out, I can go about other methods of killing those rat bastards. I hope as heatfreakk3 said, giving the amount of space, and I feed well cannibalism hopefully won't be an issue. Thanks to everyone for the comments. I will post pics of some of my other tanks on here soon.
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