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Old 04-07-2019, 02:35 AM
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Hi everyone, I haven't quite made the leap to dart frogs just yet, but I'm certainly doing my research before I dive in.

I currently keep crested geckos. I used to keep tarantulas, scorpions, ambiplygi, and centipedes when I was a little younger.


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Hi and welcome to the forum. You found the right place if you are interested in dart frogs. A great place to start is reading the stickied threads. Loads of pertinent information. Good luck, and happy to be of assistance to you later. Cheers.
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MY best advice would be to read up of course but also pick a good beginner species and jump right in. There just isnt a "one stop" full detail caresheet on keeping dart frogs almost everything in my experience is learn as you go and anything you read is acts mostly as moral support to give you the confidence to do whatever it is, but you will learn on your own what works and what doesnt because everyones experiences seem to be radically different a lot of the time. I am not saying dive in unprepared, just dont be afraid to take the plunge. welcome
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