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Old 11-14-2019, 11:52 AM
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Today they repeated their "feeding tadpoles" behavior. I wanted to share this picture I took an hour after the female visited the bromeliad to give an idea of just how many eggs she lays with the tadpole. I want to remind the tadpoles already ate some of the eggs that were given at first.

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The male and the female :


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Again the tadpoles needs to be fed and this time I got it on camera. You can see how he aggresivly is bumping into it's mothers legs

In the last 5seconds of the clip, you get a good view of the tadpole and see it's full size. At this point I think the tadpole is almost ready to start developing it's legs.

https://youtu.be/mxqY0hr5YLg

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The male is bossing the female around today, meaning feeding time for the tadpoles!

Histrionica males are defenitly not the most quiet of frogs out there.


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Small update :

The tapole is devoloping his back leggs. It's also getting lighter in color, it's seems like he is changing color.

After some research and allot of going back and forth, I bought an Arcadia ProT5 UVB 6% lamp. For some (not all!!!) Histrionica I've seen enough evidence that proofs these frogs benefits from UV(b).

I highly recomend NOT using UVB lamps for other frogs tho!

There is allot of opinions and disccusion on the use of UV(b) for Histionica and the use of UV(b) varies a lot between breeders. Some use it 14hours a day, some 6, some 2 others only 10 minutes... My common sense tells me to follow the breeders that use it 2 hours a day @ noon, when the sun is the most bright... They also got the best result in my research. The breeders that use it for only 10minutes a day were very close second!

The lamp I use only shines over one half of the tank, so the frogs can hide easy from the UV(b). So far I havent seem the take a sunbath, but it only has been 5 days since I started using the lamp.


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https://www.arcadiareptile.com/lighting/prot5/
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I just received a reply from Ivan (tesoros founder) about the topic of handraising O.Histrionica.

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"You need to have freshly laid eggs from the mother or other females and give one every day and follow up the feeding in a container for each tadpole. Other species eggs are not a good idea."

So this means the tadpoles will eat around 90eggs until it is completely morphed.
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I have to come back on a previos post where I stated that the tadpole seems to be developing his back legs.
Today I was able to take at good look at the tadpole and it's backlegs seem completely developed by now.

This data is import for me to summerize everything later for a grow report on another forum.

Unfortunatly I am not able to take a good closeup photo of the tadpole, I lack skill when it comes to camera
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Best I can do :

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