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Old 09-16-2012, 09:35 PM
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Default H. fusciventris question

I just received a group of four hyperolius fusciventris reed frogs from another board member and I was wondering if anyone else is keeping this species. I would like to breed these, since they are cool looking little frogs but I can't find much information on them out there. If anyone has any information about breeding or general care of this species, good or bad, please let me know.

Right now they are in their quarantine tank and eating well.
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