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I'm from Germany
Oh, where from? I travelled there often a few years back.

Ich lerne Deutsch, aber die grammatik ist sehr schwer, deshalb ist mein Deutsch immer noch schlecht!

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Old 09-18-2019, 08:48 PM
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Back on topic; the bull male was calling for the first time a few minutes aggo and the female seemed quite interested.

Fingers crossed she likes him.
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Back on topic; the bull male was calling for the first time a few minutes aggo and the female seemed quite interested.

Fingers crossed she likes him.
Good luck! How old is your pair?
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Female 2 and few months and the new male 3.
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Fingers crossed she likes him.

At least he already got her interest!

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The male has been calling nonstop for over 4 hours now. I was able to take some better footage of their courting behouvior :

https://youtu.be/KltKPl6akeM

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https://youtu.be/2bHJMNXt6eg

Looks to me like he her hooked
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Old 09-22-2019, 08:09 PM
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Clutch found! The clutch does not look furtilized, but the bulls are still going at it!
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Old 09-30-2019, 05:24 PM
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Found 3 big and fertile clutches in 3 different film cannisters! In one clutch I am able see some eggs that are developing. I am able to take pictures of 2 canisters, but the quality is not good unfortunatly.


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In most reports I have read so far, almost everyone states that the female is the one taking care of the eggs and tadpoles. But what I see here is the male, guarding his clutches and "sitting" on them to water them to keep the clutch moist.
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Old 10-01-2019, 04:26 PM
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Also mixed up some more clay, I am going to put one dish in the terribilis tank to see how if they benefit from the clay. It will be dry in a day and ready to use.


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Dear Tijl,

what is your recipe for this clay? I am very interested in the use of clay and also expect that it is beneficial.
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Old 10-02-2019, 12:54 PM
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It's natural german clay powder i mix with water. Most use bentoniteclay or bonsai clay.
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Thank you very much. I am from Germany and found Clay Substrate at Amazon that looks like your Clay. Are you talking about Akadama, when you talk about Bonsai Substrate?
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Thank you very much. I am from Germany and found Clay Substrate at Amazon that looks like your Clay. Are you talking about Akadama, when you talk about Bonsai Substrate?
Yes, Akadama. The clay I have is called Thüringen löss -Lehm I believe. Hope this makes your search easier
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Clay is almost dry, this is what it looks like when I put it in the tank :


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The frogs take in the (ions in the) minerals of the clay trought their skin. Apperently ara's and elpephants also eat this clay according to a recent article that appeared in the DNmagazine.

I added a clayfilled dish in my terribilis tank today, but so far they have not used it. I will monitor the for a while now. If they don't use it, I will add the dish to my escudo.
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Thank you very much for the information. Found also this Thüringer Löß-Lehm.
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Old 10-11-2019, 02:32 PM
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We got tadpoles!!!

I was able to see a tadpole eating from a feederegg, the man gave it away when I saw him visit this bromeliad.

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The male is getting less and less shy by the day :

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I have a question ;

In one canister there are 3 tapoles, 2 of wich are completely formed and already out of their egg. So they are kinda swiming in the canister and the 3th one is still in the egg. But the adluts do'nt seem to visit this canister annymore. What shoul I do? Leave the tadpoles alone and hope the adults take care of them or should I intervein and drop them in o bromeliad myself? Raising by hand seems impossible.
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I have a question ;

In one canister there are 3 tapoles, 2 of wich are completely formed and already out of their egg. So they are kinda swiming in the canister and the 3th one is still in the egg. But the adluts do'nt seem to visit this canister annymore. What shoul I do? Leave the tadpoles alone and hope the adults take care of them or should I intervein and drop them in o bromeliad myself? Raising by hand seems impossible.
Worst case you can try dropping them into a bromeliad with your pumilio. Good chance they'll start feeding it if they have other tadpoles nearby
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Was also considering this.

I contacted Erik Schoop and he told me just let them be, the frogs need to learn to raise their tadpoles. If the leave them in the canisters, there is a good chance that their is something wrong with the tadpoles or they have more tadpoles than they can put energy into.

If I see the tadpoles left for dead, I wil try and raise them by hand.
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In the meanwhile I got a few other ideas to get the parents to raise them or notice them. Today I just simply removed the outer shell of the filmcanister, so mayebe the frogs will notice the tadpoles movement in the inner shell. And I hope this will trigger the parents to act.


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I wonder how Ivan does it at TDC...Annyone has info on this? I am not able to contact him.

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Feel like I read somewhere that someone was experimenting with feeding Tinc eggs. I don't recall ever seeing how it worked out though.
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Did not work, frogs that got fed other eggs and got morphed out of the water died quickly after.
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Did not work, frogs that got fed other eggs and got morphed out of the water died quickly after.
Dang! Well that's good to know then.
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Yes that is important information, thanks for thinking allong. I realy appreciate it.
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The frogs take in the (ions in the) minerals of the clay trought their skin. Apperently ara's and elpephants also eat this clay according to a recent article that appeared in the DNmagazine.
Almost forgot to mention this with all the new posts. One of the reasons ara's and elephants eat clay is because of the detoxing properties of clay, next to the benefit of getting certain minerals.
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Spotted a tadpole that I had not seen before in one of the neoregelia hannibal lector. That are 2 tadpoles that I know they take care of now. I am starting to think they might have more tadpoles than they are able to raise by themselves and thats why they don't transport the 3 tadpoles in the cannister. So I kinda have a luxury problem now?

I realy need to figure out how they raise the tadpoles by hand @ Tesoros!
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Took the shot, now I am raising one tadpole by hand. I leave the other 2 in their cannister since they have acces to a few unfritilized eggs from their clutch. This makes it also possible to monitor the difference in growth etc... between the tadpoles in the cannister and the tadpole raised by hand.



I added 2 unfertilized Terribilis eggs in its container and a small chunk of Hikari Algae Wafer. The reason of trying Terribilis eggs is just simply because I have allot of acces to these, so I am able to provide these on a constant basis.

Terribilis is also native to Colombia, I don't think this is realy important or adds anything of extra value since they are a complete different species. But hey, it's all a shot in the dark anyway. I can only try...
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Dad and right above him one of his tadpoles

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Hello handsome



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Best of luck! Anxious to see how the Terribilis eggs work out, keep us posted
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Best of luck! Anxious to see how the Terribilis eggs work out, keep us posted
The tadpole did not make it, found it not moving anymore yesterday.
The other two that are still in the filmcannister are growing and doing fine.

I found that the tadpole wich the parents raise in the N.Hannibal Lecter, get's around 5-9 eggs when the female feeds him! I had no idea they give such big numbers of feedereggs. The tadpole also eats them in just a few days.
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Tadpoles in the Bromeliads are getting bigger!

Male has been calling nonstop since this morning to let the female know it is time to feed the tadpoles again. He goes and sits next to one oof the armpits of the bromeliads were the tadpoles are deposited, then starts calling. After a while the female comes and inspects the tadpole (or water), after this she turns around and get's her behind in the water and lays the eggs for the tadpole to feed on. When she is bussy doing this, the male goes to the next bromeliad or next deposition site and resets the entire proces.

This is such beautifull behavior to behold!

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