Congrats. There really nothing like new life, the miracle of birth and all that.After 3 years and now 22 frogs, I now have eggs !
Well, I guess to satisfy my curiosity. What really are my tanks humidity ? These little Zilla and Zoomed (I think) I know are no accurate. Thanks, really looking forward watching these amazing creatures do their thing.Congrats. There really nothing like new life, the miracle of birth and all that.
So, uh - it seems (based on what the frogs are saying) that you're basically doing it right. What do you think you need an RH meter for? This is just a straight-ahead honest question, I don't keep frogs (yet??? ha ha) and am growing more curious about them.
Again, congrats. Babies are the best. Good luck getting larvae, then metamorphs.
Also agreed with the above sentiment.My temp gun is just a $20 one off of Amazon.
Me too - just the IR (temp) function. I've replaced the little watch battery twice I think. But the device itself must be going on 20 years old. I bought it for field work and that's where it still gets the most use. But I've found various uses for it around the house - it's helped me focus some of my home-insulating efforts, for example - and of course it's handy as hell in the herp room too.I have a little Pro Exotics one thats got some time on it.
Meh. Maybe maybe not. I've really ever only found one group of animals to hold my fascination. I've tried some swinging. A garter here, a boa there, the odd lampro or gecko or dragon. Just didn't do it for me - so, back to my same-old-same-old. I imagine, if I somehow fail to die before then, I will reach a point where discretion will force me to decide to stop working with them. I might just rather die first.You need to go ahead and make some frogs very lucky.
Perchy is generally quite tractable, from an impairment standpoint (not intoxicated, but less mobile or whatever).Ironically I still want to keep your 'same old, same old' of some kind, someday, before I die. Something Perchy.