Dendroboard banner

Discussions Showcase Albums Media Media Comments Tags Marketplace

1-14 of 58 Results
  1. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    Wonder if anyone else has experimented with a plastic version of a Brom, made from flower tubes or similar. quite handy being see through for eggs and tadpole spotting. I wondered if the thumbs might prefer it to film canisters.
  2. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    I am not a fan of film canisters as they don't look natural. I like Savu Pods, but the walls are quite thick and they don't hold much water, so I thought I would try something in-between. Modelled on a Savu Pod but bigger and made of plastic. I started out with a Benecol Pot and covered it in...
  3. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    Hi there! I've got a breeding trio of auratus, and I'm going to need to start culling future clutches of eggs. I have two egg huts that they like, but I had a random question. Has anyone seen their frogs stop using the same laying sites, presumably because their eggs keep disappearing from...
  4. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    Last night I found some more T. pictum eggs in my breeding bin. I collected 5 eggs in total but there was also what looked like a mass of jelly without any eggs inside. Do frogs ever just lay "jelly" without an egg or do I have some tadpoles swimming around my bin?/ It's totally possible that...
  5. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    How many eggs needs O.lehmanni per day?
  6. General Discussion
    Watching one of my 1 year old Goldens while eating I noticed a small lump on the belly off to one side, but it seemed to wiggle. It moved around a bit. Could this be the bugs it was eating? Eggs? Or do I need to worry about some sort of parasites?
  7. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    I posted on here a couple months ago about a pair of R variabilis 'southern' that I have now had for a little over a year. One of them has called every single day since we got them and the other frog (which I assume is female) seems quite responsive to this calling. I often see them spend hours...
  8. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    My ranitomeya imitator FINALLY laid eggs! I was stoked!!!! but unfortunately, they were duds =( So i decided next time around, I'll let the parents, be parents. I wasn't checking for eggs aggressively. So last week, when I was feeding them, I checked my bromeliads, my small water bowl, and film...
  9. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    Hello - I've just had my R Variabilis 1.1.1 for about three months, and up until today they were a 1.0.2 set. About three weeks ago the male first started calling (so I knew one male), and then today I found these eggs (hence I know one female) - but I can't tell if the eggs have gone bad...
  10. General Discussion
    Hello, I am in the process of moving my Ranitomeya Variabilis from an old nemertean infested tank to a new tank. I am wondering if the frogs could have ingested nemertean eggs and if so if they would survive the digestive track of the frog. I currently have the frogs in quarantine and am...
  11. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    Hello Dendroboard I recently got into the Dart frog hobby about a year ago (but ive been keeping frogs for around 4 years now) and now i got six eggs from my Nicaraguan auratus pair! :D I'm aware of all protocol for caring for eggs and tads.
  12. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    My Bastimentos pair used to lay a couple of fertile clutches a week, raise 100s of tads, but froglets never emerged. Using the advice I received on the forum, I switched to Repashy..... 2 1/2 months later, two gorgeous healthy froglets (and a third froglet with thin front legs) emerged. It's...
  13. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    I've looked in the other threads about this and apparently the springs will only eat unfertilized eggs. Is this true for sure? I had a clutch that as best I can tell the male had fertilized and was hydrating. The hut is in a slightly difficult area, but I can shine a flashlight in there. I was...
1-14 of 58 Results