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Colin,
I love your adult's tank! I'm in the planning stages of a tank for some of these guys that i'm hoping to get later this year. I can't tell from the photos, but does your tank have flowing water? The mantra that i've seen in other threads is that they "need" running water. Obviously, whatever you're doing is working out great, so I was wondering what your advice was on this.

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Do you know any tricks to get the females gravid?

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Colin,
I love your adult's tank! I'm in the planning stages of a tank for some of these guys that i'm hoping to get later this year. I can't tell from the photos, but does your tank have flowing water? The mantra that i've seen in other threads is that they "need" running water. Obviously, whatever you're doing is working out great, so I was wondering what your advice was on this.

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Thanks! This tank does not have any running water. Although in nature they mostly breed in small streams with moderate flow I have also observed them breeding in drainages on the sides of roads with very minimal flow.

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Do you know any tricks to get the females gravid?

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I mist four times a day, with one long one soon after the lights go out. I have not altered this or tried to simulate a dry/wet season at all. The only thing that really fluctuates is the water level in the tank but I have not been looking for any differences in calling/egg development but I will going forward.
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With little floor space, what/how do you feed yours? Wouldn't fruit flies just drown in there? I have an order for 3 of them on the June UE import. My viv is kind of similar to yours. A 40 vert with about 40% of the bottom being dry.
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With little floor space, what/how do you feed yours? Wouldn't fruit flies just drown in there? I have an order for 3 of them on the June UE import. My viv is kind of similar to yours. A 40 vert with about 40% of the bottom being dry.
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Thanks Scott. I read that exact post earlier but I guess spaced out in a daze looking at that clutch lol. But is there a problem with them drowning in the water ever? Do you have put an extra plastic box or anything in there to keep the food from being able to get into the water or does nature just kind of figure it out? I guess I'm just concerned about their meals dieing earlier than intended and creating a mess in the little pool of water.
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Thanks Scott. I read that exact post earlier but I guess spaced out in a daze looking at that clutch lol. But is there a problem with them drowning in the water ever? Do you have put an extra plastic box or anything in there to keep the food from being able to get into the water or does nature just kind of figure it out? I guess I'm just concerned about their meals dieing earlier than intended and creating a mess in the little pool of water.
Keep a small piece of fruit in the corner. That way, the flies will congregate there instead of in the water. I have an 80/20 land to water tank and hardly ever have flies drown in the water.
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The older tads are about five months and the younger (the majority of them), are about three months. I have notice growth, especially in the older ones, but it appears that they will be taking quite a wile (anywhere from 6 months to over a year from what I have read).



Not as of now but the females are again fat with eggs and the male has recently begun calling again so I have upped their supplements.

For those who haven't seen the photos I posted in my other thread, here are some updated pictures of the adult's tank:


Don't want to high jack the thread, but do you have more photos of the hardware used to make your verts? I've made about 14 verts(for geckos) and 1 10 gallon for Ranitomeya, but I like the way yours look.

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Just wondering if anyone has had any more successes with glass frogs (eggs, tadpoles, even any froglets/ juveniles)? Very excited to hopefully get these a little more established and figuring out the best ways to way tadpoles, etc.
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Bryan--glad you brought this thread up from the cobwebs...would love to read what has happened to these beautiful frogs, and whether other people are having success with breeding them...
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I have 2 females, if anyone has a calling male to trade for a female PM me and we can try to get some more going.
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I have a group of 6, 2:4 I think. Hoping for eggs soon Females are gravid and males are calling. All I need is a spring storm...... I hope. I would also love to learn more about these amazing frogs.

Here is a photo of one of our females in witch you can see her eggs.


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sounds like the same mystery surrounding the breeding conditions of one of my first tree frogs..which still hasn't been solved...yuk...Leptopelis Ulugurensis-- wish you all the best...
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Sorry it has been so long since I've posted an update! I did not have success with the tadpoles from these breeding events. My valerioi decided to breed during a very busy time in my life and between college graduation, a move to NYC and several months of extensive travel (got to see glass frogs in the wild for a third time!) I wasn't able to keep up with the maintenance and longterm stability these tadpoles need. The good news is I will soon be moving my collection into a facility where I will have the time and resources to properly breed these and many other species. The females are quite gravid at the moment and unlike previous years, I plan on moving them into a proper rain chamber in the next few weeks and take advantage of the this season's barometric pressure swings.
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I have a group of 6, 2:4 I think. Hoping for eggs soon Females are gravid and males are calling. All I need is a spring storm...... I hope. I would also love to learn more about these amazing frogs.

Here is a photo of one of our females in witch you can see her eggs.


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Congratulations!

What kind of plants do you use? and do you plant them directly into the water?
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Congrats. I wish mine would step up their game, it'd make me happy. I believe mine are all still to small though, besides one male who calls often.
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Hi guys!
I got 2.2 of these amazing frogs the other day. They are adults, the females are full of eggs and both of the males where already calling in the delicups when I got them. Right now they live in a small temporary viv. But im spending this whole day to fix their big viv. I have noticed that they jump pretty good and wanted to give them the possibility to do so. The viv im putting them in is a 46 gallon tank.
Here is one of the females, packed with eggs:


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I need to get these again such amazing frogs....UE said it would be awhile....booo
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Sorry for hijacking the thread.
Found this today. Super happy! The eggs are almost fully developed.
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Hijacking this a bit more.
1.0 H. valeroi, out looking for a good leaf to call from.


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Nice hijack I'm STILL looking to buy/trade for a male to help continue establishment in the hobby by the way. HINT HINT anyone with a lead on a calling male let me know and we can try to work something out
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Any of these in the UK ???
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any updates on any of the breeding of these frogs....?
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I get eggs and tads but haven't gotten any to morph yet. Have some raising in tank without my involvement now. Maybe that will help.
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good luck...gorgeous frogs.....maybe someday
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any updates on any of the breeding of these frogs....?
Did you see this thread?

http://www.dendroboard.com/forum/tre...-breeding.html
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do they feed on ff as adults?
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do they feed on ff as adults?
I feed my adults Hydei and my juveniles Melanogaster
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I get eggs and tads but haven't gotten any to morph yet. Have some raising in tank without my involvement now. Maybe that will help.
I've successfully reared two juveniles in the parents tank with a few more on the way out of the water soon, but haven't had any luck pulling eggs.

What problems did you run into raising them outside of the tank?
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A few clutches I came into quick die off. I did keep one clutch for a few months then all of a sudden all but a couple dead followed by the last couple shortly after.

I have one other plan for tads that I may pull but I am going to let the next clutch or two drop into the tank.

Do you feed the tads in tank? I have a good amount of algae build up. The tads seem to be going under the gravel, along the glass at times.
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A few clutches I came into quick die off. I did keep one clutch for a few months then all of a sudden all but a couple dead followed by the last couple shortly after.

I have one other plan for tads that I may pull but I am going to let the next clutch or two drop into the tank.

Do you feed the tads in tank? I have a good amount of algae build up. The tads seem to be going under the gravel, along the glass at times.
For the first few months when I only had a few small tadpoles I didn't feed, as my tank also had a good algae and detritus build up. Now that I've got a bigger group consisting of some bigger tads I supplement with a few algae pellets and some tropical fish flake a few times a week.

Here's a picture of the 2 I've successfully morphed out in the tank next to 2 adults from my breeding group.
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I feed my adults Hydei and my juveniles Melanogaster
You just made me a whole lot more interested in these guys. I hate feeding crickets and if they don't need them, I might have to set up a tank for these. Thank you for sharing your experiences with this species, Ryan!

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....If only they were diurnal as well.
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....If only they were diurnal as well.
Oh, I would buy them in a heartbeat if they were diurnal! That's the only flaw I can really find in this otherwise perfect frog.

What is their call like?

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Oh, I would buy them in a heartbeat if they were diurnal! That's the only flaw I can really find in this otherwise perfect frog.

What is their call like?

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When set up properly, it is a constant call. Males chirp one after the other. The call is short, but often. It is decently loud too, but high pitched.

I have them in the basement, but I have other frogs that I can hear in rooms that I can't hear these guys from, so I would say they are somewhere in the middle as far as tree frogs go.

They are active though.
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Do those of you with tadpoles oxygenate the water you are raising them in? I have an airstone attached to a small pump in the water section of my viv along with a lot of plants in the water. If I recall, these tadpoles naturally live in small, fast flowing, higher altitude streams, which would mean higher levels of oxygen in the water. Maybe we are having problems providing enough oxygen for the tadpoles' needs. Thoughts?
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I had a canister filter with the adults but turned it off for now. Don't want to suck the tads in. Would rather it be on though. I plan to use a sponge filter for the next clutch I decide to pull.
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