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I already have 2 40 gallons that I was going to divide into two for froglets. That would give me 4 containers. But I've been wondering if maybe buying 10 gallon tanks would be better. It would certainly give me more compartments to work with. I can even divide older juvies from froglets. Right? I am just starting with breeding and am now at the point that I need to get tanks ready to keep them in. I currently have a 29g where I keep 6 tarapoto froglets from three different batches. But i plan on keeping just a pair in there eventually.

So what do you suggest for me?

I will have tarapoto, varadero's, leucs and in the future 3 more different species. Thanks!
 

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If you keep your adults in anything smaller than those 40B's, you should put the adults in those and use the smaller tanks for growouts. The grownups will appreciate the extra space.

Otherwise, do what you wanna do. It's usually easier for young froglets to find food in small tanks though.
 
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