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  1. Tree frogs
    Hello all, I am new here but I have some concerns about one of my frogs, and I would be incredibly grateful for any advice. First of all, here's some background information. I'll try to be as detailed as possible- I have three captive bred clown tree frogs (Dendropsophus leucophyllatus), and...
  2. Food & Feeding
    I just got some Turkish gliders for the first time out of curiosity, and between those and a handful of fungus gnats, the frogs are really getting their exercise. All three are feeding eagerly (as always) and jumping around all day, but my alpha female seems to like them the best. I'm seeing her...
  3. Food & Feeding
    Hi, Frank Indiviglio here. I’m a herpetologist, zoologist, and book author, recently retired from a career spent at several zoos, aquariums, and museums, including over 20 years with the Bronx Zoo. Frogs that are clad in yellow, orange, and red, such as Fire-Bellied Toads and Red-Eyed...
  4. Tree frogs
    We are looking to vary the diet of my daughters RETF's. She currently has two, a likely female 18 months, and an approx 8 month old, sex unknown. We currently feed dusted, gut loaded crickets. We've been advised to avoid mealworms as they can cause compaction. We just feel like they aren't...
  5. Food & Feeding
    I was thinking if I put some vitamin D and calcium into my fruit fly media that they might have more vitamin sin them. I know fruit flies cant sustain a lot of vitamins and that they usually come from dusting but I was wondering if this would do anything for the frogs?
  6. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    So incase you haven't read any of my other posts, less than 24hrs after receiving my frogs (Cobalt Tinctorius) in the mail they laid 16 healthy eggs which are all healthy tadpoles that are 7 weeks old now. But since then my male wanted nothing to do with the female, for the past 8 weeks she's...
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