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  1. Tree frogs
    After waiting 3 months for the weather to finally warm up a bit I finally got my Theloderma stellatum from a breeder in Illinois today! I got a 1:1 sexed pair. I don't really plan on producing many of these since they aren't very popular, much more flashy Theloderma out there.... I guess, but I...
  2. Tree frogs
    2 weeks ago I soaked my tank "background and all" and bleach water to kill off the predatory flatworms that had infested it. I also bleach dipped the plants. Today I moved them back from the breeding bin to give my female a break. Total offspring was 11 tadpoles + 5 eggs still waiting to hatch...
  3. Breeding, Eggs & Tadpoles
    Here is how I am keeping my T. pictum tadpoles... I have 6 tadpoles from 2 clutches with 2 eggs waiting to hatch they are in 1 1/2 gallons of dechlorinated tap water with oak leaves and a 50/50 mix of spirulina and Chlorella algae powder sludge. I normally have them siting in the dark with only...
  4. Tree frogs
    My T. pictum female finally laid a clutch of eggs!... and it did not go well... My theory is that the female laid the eggs shortly after I heavily misted my breeding tub, because of this she chose what she thought was a wet branch however as a result of me using a airline for forced ventilation...
  5. Parts & Construction
    Hey all, I am currently working on a 36 x 18 x 36 ExoTerra and was wondering how safe it is to turn it on the side? I would like to attach some corkrounds with expanding foam, but standing upright it will probably just run down the glass. This is the current state. The left side will be...
  6. Tree frogs
    I recently got an ExoTerra 36x18x36 for cheap and want to house some Vietnamese Mossy Frogs in it. I have found some care guides on the internet and on this forum (also the russian PDF), but the one thing I haven't seen mentioned is the group size. So my question is how many frogs can be...
  7. 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...
  8. Tree frogs
    4 days ago I finally moved my 3 theloderma pictus into the paludarium, they immediately started calling and displaying mating behavior! Check this out!!!!! sorry the vids are blurry, glass had lots of condensation... No eggs yet of course the females are too young to lay at the moment but...
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