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I am having great success this season raising madagascariensis froglets in a compost based tank. I use compost from my pile outside and it provides a lot of microfauna for the tiny froglets to eat. I need to find a better way to supply calcium since the froglets are too small to accept dusted flies. I read that some people use calcium bentonite and argonite in their substrates.

What about expired Rep-Cal with D3? Would that cause too much of a bacterial bloom? Or, could I just grind up some cuttlefish bone for parakeets and use that as a calcium carbonate additive?
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