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Old 03-06-2020, 10:56 AM
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First time ever I was able to watch the female trasport a tadpole!

Had to be quick taking this shot!

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Old 03-13-2020, 01:00 PM
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Caught the female while trasporting 3 tadpoles on her back. I hope I am able to get a better shot off her and the tadpoles!

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Old 03-13-2020, 01:59 PM
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Old 03-14-2020, 12:27 AM
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Yes, Akadama. The clay I have is called Thüringen löss -Lehm I believe. Hope this makes your search easier
Same as this stuff?

https://www.amazon.ca/Bentonite-Mont...MAKYZ53JCJB16H

All of the food-grade clays on Amazon seem to be sodium bentonite.
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Old 03-14-2020, 10:08 AM
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Same as this stuff?

https://www.amazon.ca/Bentonite-Mont...MAKYZ53JCJB16H

All of the food-grade clays on Amazon seem to be sodium bentonite.
nope, https://www.amazon.de/Terra-Exotica-.../dp/B00AC0BI54

But yours is also fine I think.
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nope, https://www.amazon.de/Terra-Exotica-.../dp/B00AC0BI54

But yours is also fine I think.
Hello Tijl, do you put some other supplements at this?
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Old 03-27-2020, 03:54 PM
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Hello Tijl, do you put some other supplements at this?
Hi Gerard

No, but I try and scrape some clay of the top layer every week and add new clay on top of that. So far all the frogs keep on using the clay baths.

If you use the search engine of this forum, you will find some people making their own mix and these contain more nutrients etc for the frogs to absorb than the clay I use. But I don't want to put my time and money in to making my own mix.. The natural clay is just fine for me
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Hey Tijl, hope you don't mind us taking up your Bullseye thread with clay questions, but...

I mixed up some clay for frog baths based on your recommendation here. I used the clay substrate recipe from the board, but omitted the peat and cornstarch.

So it's mostly redart clay with sodium bentonite and calcium bentonite with a little calcium carbonate added. I didn't have any fancy seed pods so I broke up a partially decomposed coconut shell into dishes.



I'm finding I have to hand mist it or it dries out too much over a couple days. Has this been your experience as well?
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Hey Tijl, hope you don't mind us taking up your Bullseye thread with clay questions, but...

I mixed up some clay for frog baths based on your recommendation here. I used the clay substrate recipe from the board, but omitted the peat and cornstarch.

So it's mostly redart clay with sodium bentonite and calcium bentonite with a little calcium carbonate added. I didn't have any fancy seed pods so I broke up a partially decomposed coconut shell into dishes.



I'm finding I have to hand mist it or it dries out too much over a couple days. Has this been your experience as well?
I would put more clay in the shell so it quite thick. Yes, I have to add water every few days so the clay stays moist. Not too much tho or the frogs will color your tank and windows with the clay..
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I would put more clay in the shell so it quite thick. Yes, I have to add water every few days so the clay stays moist. Not too much tho or the frogs will color your tank and windows with the clay..
Thanks for the pro tip- I'll add some more clay. That will probably give it more stability with regards to water saturation too.

And yeah, there is already some clay getting tracked around. I don't mind it.
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Old 04-09-2020, 06:38 PM
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She is just amazing :

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Your photos are really not going to help my wallet, Tijil.

I don't even think these are available in Canada, at some point after this pandemic business has cleared up I'll probably have to bite the bullet and import from Tesoros.
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Old 04-10-2020, 05:39 PM
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Yes you should!

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The 3 months and 3 weeks old juvenile started calling today. Confirmed male it is.


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They start calling at 3 months? Jeez! That's crazy. Loving this thread every time it's updated
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Yes, a week before he turns 4 months old.. I was very surprised aswell.

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Here is a shot to compare the size of the young male (on the left) with its mother (on the right) :

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I have heard someone first call after 8 10 and 12 months, but have never even tried it. For my Bull egg did not turn into anything unfortunately. Just hope they lay eggs again soon, for have the world's most beautiful bull
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I've always heard 6-8 months for start calling.. but look at the size of the froglets, he is only a little smaller than the adults 😄

Hope your clutches get better!
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Old 05-20-2020, 10:55 AM
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New generation ready to enter land.



I spot 4 froglets in total. I hope there will be more, but I would already be very happy with just these 4 being healthy!
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Old 05-20-2020, 06:11 PM
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Spotted #5!

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Old 05-22-2020, 10:32 AM
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For easier documentation purpose, I will rename #5 into #2 so I can follow the order of appearance.

So far :

#1



#2


I think this one will have a nice dot on it's back!
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This is fantastic, but really makes me wish I could locate these here.
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I'm sure there are more breeders of these on this forum that van help you out 🙂
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