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GTYLER04 09-26-2019 02:21 PM

Different growth
 
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So i bought 2 yellow teribillis one day snd then about 3 weeks later bought 4 more. The 2 i bought were around 2 to 3 mos old... and the 4 i got were probably 4 to 5 so about double.. they were a bit bigger...

Now 3 mos later the larger ones have grown significantly but the first smaller ones have not so much and havent colored in near as much as the large ones...
Yesterday during feeding i did notice the large one attempt to run off the smaller one during the feeding but ive always fed in two places and i always over feed so theres plenty crawling around after... what would be a good solution? Attached a photo of the large ones maybe you can age them...

Tijl 09-26-2019 03:15 PM

Re: Different growth
 
I'd seperate them. these look quite young, not 5-6 moths like you say. The one in the photo is 3-4 months old i'd guess.

This is my terribilis mint offspring at 3months old to give you an idea : https://i.ibb.co/x3YGt79/IMG-2781.jpg

GTYLER04 09-26-2019 08:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Tijl (Post 3073642)
I'd seperate them. these look quite young, not 5-6 moths like you say. The one in the photo is 3-4 months old i'd guess.

This is my terribilis mint offspring at 3months old to give you an idea : https://i.ibb.co/x3YGt79/IMG-2781.jpg

I have had them for 3 months and when i got them i was told they were older and they were bigger for sure. So im Not sure. The others i got really young...

GTYLER04 09-26-2019 08:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Tijl (Post 3073642)
I'd seperate them. these look quite young, not 5-6 moths like you say. The one in the photo is 3-4 months old i'd guess.

This is my terribilis mint offspring at 3months old to give you an idea : https://i.ibb.co/x3YGt79/IMG-2781.jpg

Also, that picture was taken about a month and 10 days ago so theres that too

Tijl 09-26-2019 08:34 PM

Ok, this information changes the story. If you want to play safe, i would let the smaller ones grow to adult size in different tank or plastic box until you make them reunite.

Ruskii_Nomad 10-02-2019 05:07 PM

Re: Different growth
 
Honestly, I would put a 1/2" - 1" of a banana in the tank so the fruit flys can attach themselves to it so the frogs can find the food easier.

I would also put 2 pieces like this in 2 parts of the tank to ensure that all the frogs get food.

I have 6 BF Terri. and I have been worried about one of them since its a bit smaller than the rest and might of been getting bullied by the other frogs. After I put a slice of the banana in, I woke up this morning and saw him feeding with no problems at all.


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