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  1. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    Hey frogbros, just made an account here because I had a question and couldn't find much on it anywhere. As someone who is planning on keeping a group of Southern R. Variabalis frogs, I was wondering if the tadpoles could be kept communally or if it was absolutely required to keep them...
  2. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
  3. Beginner Discussion
    These R. imitator “Tarapoto” tadpoles are my first, & I’m not really able to judge how old / how much longer before they leave the water. They hatched around 3/1. My first dart frogs, their first tadpoles. We’re new parents! Lol. What do you all think? What should I expect? Thank you:)
  4. Beginner Discussion
    Hi all, I found my first Ranitomeya imitator Tarapoto eggs in a film canister, just to see that my female was carrying around a tadpole a few days later. I thought I had more time, but turns out they had their first successful clutch in one of the more hidden film canisters! So, this morning...
  5. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    I recently brought home a tank of 8 tadpoles (from the school's pond) for a school project, and I really want them to grow up well. Currently they share a 25cm by 14.5cm plastic tank with a guppy, and the water level is about 7cm high so that the rock I put inside isn't fully submerged. As of...
  6. Tree frogs
    My female cinnamon treefrog (theloderma pictus - formally classified as nyctixalus pictus) Is gravid and my males have been courting her and doing amplexus (see first picture). How do I know my frogs gravid you ask ? Well cinnamon frogs have transparent undersides and I can actually see the eggs...
  7. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    I'm raising a number of R. variabilis, and a few of them are starting out rather odd-shaped, somewhat like the shape of a stingray. I included a couple images below, of both normal and odd-shaped tadpoles. Has anyone else ever seen this before? I'll try to update this thread later in a few...
  8. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    Ok, I’m sure there’s a sticky somewhere, I’m on mobile and honestly I can’t seem to find the confirmation I’m looking for. I love paludariums, building them for 10 years. I have had three sips for three years, just chillin and letting me upgrade their display tank as I go. Never heard any...
  9. Beginner Discussion
    Hello All, I am raising my first tadpole and unfortunately think it has SLS. I have done a good amount of reading on the topic and could really use some advice and questions answered by the leaders of the board. First, it is said that SLS is usually caused by the parents husbandry. I have 3...
  10. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    Hi! Exactly what the title says: I have an azureus tadpole that's over two months old, and not showing any sign of developing back legs. It was laid in a pool of water that's in the vivarium. I feed it fish flakes 2-3 times a week and partially change its water twice a week. Temperature is the...
  11. Tree frogs
    Hi folks, Just brought a Hyla Arenicolor (Canyon Treefrog) tadpole home and put him in a fish bowl (a repurposed iced tea pitcher). I have a bed of river rocks and have filled the pitcher halfway with spring water, so about 1/2 gallon. For food I've been feeding him boiled broccoli that's...
  12. General Discussion
    So, I bought 4 Ranitomeya Imitator 'Varaderos' from Understory Enterprises back in October. Come January I saw a male frog carrying a tadpole to a bromeliad (yay). I decided I wanted to let the frogs take care of their young, although I did add a tadpole bite once their back legs popped to round...
  13. Epipedobates
    My green 3 stripe peruvians have finally started cranking out big clutches of mostly viable eggs (I thought I was gonna have to show the male some froggy porn to get him educated on how this breeding thing works for awhile, took him a long time to catch on). But once I got some tads going well...
  14. Ranitomeya
    Will these frogs lay eggs on the side the terrarium? like on the glass?
  15. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    I'm looking for a little Pumilio advice here. My El Dorados have been producing eggs like crazy this season. However, I've never gotten a hopper from them. The tads develop and the adult moves them to film canisters. I had one that developed rear legs and it seemed like his front legs were close...
  16. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    My auratuses started breeding recently and I ended up with three tadpoles. I'm not looking to breed so I'm not doing very much with them. Occasionally I'll change the water and feed them some fish flakes but generally I let the mom and dad take care of the babies. This morning one tad was...
  17. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    Hey everyone I have a quick question about phyllobates vittatus breeding. I am pretty sure that soon I will receive a group of between 8-12 vittatus' to keep as a group in a 90 gallon corner bow front. With a group this size I am pretty sure I would have to be extremely unlucky to not get a...
  18. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    Hello everyone, so heres my problem... I just received two R. Lamasi green and had them breeding with developing eggs in the first week. My plan was to keep them in the terrarium so the male and female could care for the tads, unfortunately on saturday my female escaped somehow from the...
  19. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    YIKES! So I had a crisis today - my daughter found one of my leucomelas frogs on the floor. I have NO CLUE how it got out, but yesterday I found fruit flies on the floor of the room I keep them in, so at some point I had to have left the cage door open. My vivarium setup is a 24 x 18 x 18...
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