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  1. Beginner Discussion
    Do I just bought a dart frog from this trash pet shop because I could not find them anywhere else. However, I was slightly worried that they were skinny but I thought it may be because they we’re froglets in a ten gallon planted and we’re having a hard time finding food. I have since moved him...
  2. Beginner Discussion
    So from what I understand, young frogs should be fed daily, and mature frogs get fed more like 3-4 times per week. But how do you know when to start transitioning the feeding schedule? I have 3 auratus that I got as tiny froglets in late October. They are 2-3x the size they were when I got...
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    Female P. terribilis 'Blackfoot Orange' -- excited during a feeding frenzy, adult females during breeding season will often pounce on or spar one another over prime feeding grounds. These bouts are usually quite brief and instigated by one or two dominant animals.
  4. Beginner Discussion
    Now that it is lightly freezing at night in my region, I notice that the poison frogs are eating less. Until recently I fed them daily. For some time now every two days. There are enough fruit flies daily. Should I maybe stretch it to 3 days? It is 72F during the day and 66F at night. Thank you.
  5. Beginner Discussion
    I have two F1 yellow back Dendrobates Tinctorius froglets and I’m struggling with feeding them. From what all I have read you should feed them every three days, mine won’t eat every three days but if I wait longer they eat, they go almost a week or so between feeding and it honestly worries me...
  6. Food & Feeding
    I've gotten fruit flies from 3 different vendors but nothing seems to help. My fruit flies keep becoming capable of flying again within a few weeks. Is there any way to prevent this?
  7. Food & Feeding
    Hello everyone! I currently have 4 leuc froglets in a 35 gallon hex tank (temporarily; once I have a pair of confirmed males, I'll only be keeping those two in this tank). They all seem to have staked out little territories and I don't see them interact with each other much, but I'm concerned...
  8. Beginner Discussion
    Hello everyone my name is Corey and I am new to keeping poison dart frogs. I have just one frog at the moment ( dendrobates auratus) housed in a 40 gallon breeder tank. The tank temperature is kept at about 75 degrees and humidity stays around 85%. My question is in regards to feeding my frog...
  9. Food & Feeding
    Hi all, I have a particularly shy frog who sometimes doesn't emerge to eat until hours after I feed, by which time the flies have cleaned most of the supplement dust off their bodies. I use a banana slice as a feeding station, and was thinking about sprinkling a little bit of supplement...
  10. Food & Feeding
    Ahoy, dendomateys! Total beginner here (I actually don't even have any of my setup yet, just doing lots of research) so I'll probably be posting here a lot in the coming weeks and months. My first question is about invertebrate cultures. It seems like a lot of advice I can find online is...
  11. Food & Feeding
    Hi guys, I have been keeping my juvenile ranitomeya vanzolinii for two weeks now. Everything is going good, even my dad wants one for the terrarium I built for his home that currently has no inhabitant. However, I have two questions: 1) What other sources of food besides fruitflies and...
  12. General Discussion
    Currently, I'm feeding my phyllobates terribilis fruit flies and I ordered some red flour beetles. I'm wondering what's the largest prey that terribilis has been recorded to take down. Some ideas that I have are buffalo beetles and Kenyan roaches, which neither should grow past 1 cm. This might...
  13. Beginner Discussion
    Hello, I would like feed dusted springtails as a staple (for Reticulata) these will be cultured along side draft white ISO’s the tank of course will be seeded with springs aswell as seeded Isopods, and occasionally dusted mels will be supplied here and there.
  14. Food & Feeding
    I have a group of three Fine Spot Leucs, two females and a male. Over the course of several months of observation, one female hadn't been eating and growing as much alongside her very eager tank mates. I decided that it's not an aggression situation with the other frogs, she simply doesn't track...
  15. General Health & Disease Treatment
    Hello, I have had two red eyed tree frogs for about a year. They are in a 20 gallon tall with many live plants. The cage is heated to the mid 70s range. I mist twice a day. I have a fogger than turns on when humidity drops below 60%. It rarely comes on. There is a large water bowl on the ground...
  16. Food & Feeding
    Hi All, We have 5 yellow subadult Terribilis in a 70X55X55 cm tank. They are doing fine. feeding on both kinds fruitflies and and springtales. Now, they can take bigger, so we thought of feeding them some crickets. We bought some that are no problem is size (about 1 cm long, little under half...
  17. Beginner Discussion
    Can fruit flies successfully reproduce in a viv? Long stupid scenario but: I first noticed my sips getting less excited at feeding time. First I was worried about decreased appetite and thriving but then I realized there was still a ton of undusted FF by my banana slice. Watching more carefully...
  18. Parts & Construction
    hello, i know this topic has been brought up before however i do have some important questions, IF a terrarium is large enough would it be possible to have a self sustaining tank. in the feeding aspect of things ? what i mean is lets say i had a very large tank heavily seeded with...
  19. New Members Introductions
    Hello, am planning on getting back into the hobby. Has anybody ever try feeding roaches( oxyhaloa deusta, red-head roach) to dart frogs
  20. Beginner Discussion
    Hi All.. Million dollar question.. How many fruit flies will 3 Azureus eat per week? And how often should they be fed Thanks Ben
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