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  1. International
    Hi Does anyone have any food spare for santa isabel dart frogs? I am happy to pay. My food supplier have let me down with dead food last week and no food this week due to the weather in my area. I have now run out of food but would have been ok if this weeks supply came in. I live in...
  2. New Members Introductions
    I am new to this site and have had 2 Dendrobates tinctorius for about a year. They seem happy and healthy, but they keep going in the water for a day or so at a time. The tank is in the 70's and I mist it every day. From what I have read, it is not normal for dart frogs to spend much time in the...
  3. New Members Introductions
    Looks like the last "Who's in Boston?" Thread was back in 2012. Anyone in the Boston, MA area keeping dart frogs?
  4. Beginner Discussion
    I'm wondering how sensitive frogs are to copper. My home has copper pipes, and I recently realized that this could be why I haven't had success with freshwater shrimp. My fish, geckos, plants, and terrestrial invertebrates are all fine, but I've read (online, not a peer-reviewed source) that...
  5. Beginner Discussion
    Hey guys! Wondering if anyone could help me with some information on cohabitation. - Can two or more different species of Dart Frog live in the same vivarium? - And what could be the best to house together? - If not, which species is "easiest" to house in large groups? - Finally, how...
  6. Beginner Discussion
    Hey all! Wasn't too sure where to post this and I am looking for some information. I have a vague understanding that captive bred dart frogs have little to no toxins. However I was wondering if there was a species in general that had the lowest toxicity levels? The safest. Thank you.
  7. Beginner Discussion
    I'm setting up my first custom Dart Frog Vivarium and planned on making the substrate as black as possible, using black sand and what not but i also want it to be good for the frogs any help on what to use? :D
  8. Dendroboard.com Feedback, Help Desk & Questions
    hi everyone I'm new to this forum and dart frog keeping I was hoping to post picture of my frogs and the tank but I'm having problems trying to add pictures can anyone explain how to post them please
  9. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    I had a spare 16 gallon aquarium lying around at home and have recently converted it into a new dart frog setup. I am thinking of getting a pair of D. Leucomelas. Waiting for temp and humidity gauges to come in the post, what are your guys thoughts? I already keep a pair of Rantiomeya imitator...
  10. Beginner Discussion
    Hi! I'm trying to figure out if I can safely do a multi-species frog tank in a 56 gallon tank (30" x 18" x 24"). I'd like some dart frogs (maybe 4) and some tree frogs (4?). I'm wondering if I can possibly do two species of tree frogs. So far I'm leaning toward phyllobates for dart frogs...
  11. Food & Feeding
    Over the past few years I try several times to produce the wingless fruit flies to feed my 8 dart frogs .. the result was I loose most of them except two D. Lecumelas which I depend on Spring tails .. An Idea brighten in my mind : Why I don't try to feed them the maggots which come from Decadent...
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  13. Parts & Construction
    so ive got a 24x18x18 zoo med and ive got the hydroballs below my substrate and ive git a mist king on a 5 sec timer several times a day and water rises and comes out the vents. anybody got any recommendations to better remove the water because carrying it outside and dumping the water outside...
  14. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    Hey everyone, I'm new to the board and I just though I would share my new 20 long viv with all you guys. I have set up a few vivariums before, for crested geckos and one for hermit crabs, and I have had fresh and saltwater reef tanks. My old saltwater tank was a 20 long until I accidentally put...
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  16. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    Hi, my name is Brett, I'm brand new to the hobby and I'm from Salt Lake City, Utah. I started with the Exo Terra Small Tall (18x18x24). Frogs have always intrigued me, so I figured why not have some! After much research here on the forum here is what I've got so far! I would love any comments...
  17. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    Hello everyone, I am new to this thread but have been keeping poison dart frogs for a while. Within my collection are leucomelas, azureus and auratus. I am also picking up a trio of borja ridge vents tomorrow so I will post pictures of them once they are established. I also have four...
  18. Beginner Discussion
    hello, my name is Carlos and i am from Perú, i am new in the dart frog world though I have some experience in reptiles, two weeks ago i purchase 5 beautiful dart frogs (ranitomeya ventramiculata.) they have been in a small pail but today i finally put them in their terrarium. The terrarium is...
  19. Parts & Construction
    Hi everyone, i was just wondering which type of dendrobates can live together? (if its possible of course) Also, about how many in a custom tank thats 3ft x 3ft x 4ft? im planning on getting leucs, and was wondering if i could put in any other types of dedrobates in with them if possible, but if...
  20. Beginner Discussion
    Hi, I'm new to the site, and new to darts, but have a lot of experience with reptiles and amphibians. I've had anoles, bullfrogs, newts, American toads, fire bellied toads, snapping and painted turtles, a royal python, corn snake and leopard geckos. All have either exceeded captive life...
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