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Sorry no pics right now. I've only just noticed this, but the larger frog of my two has a slightly funny looking back, only noticeable in certain positions.

I'm assuming a calicum deficiency, even though I dust twice a week I'm assuming this a) isnt enough or b) he's not getting the flies quick enough and the dust falls off. He's also had a massive growth spurt which, again assuming, has required much more calcium than usual.

Any advice?
 

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Pictures would help. Keep in mind that the back structure can appear quite different when a froglet and adult, or male and female, are compared.
 

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Here are my two terribilis...does its back look like this? Two different ailments from the same clutch. I'm getting ready to put these guys down. I'm not convinced some of these things aren't inbreeding. You're dusting, I'm dusting...what gives? By the way, the "goiter" in the one guy's throat is even bigger now.


 
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