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Hello.

I'm new to the board and a new caretaker of a pair of bumblebee toads (no idea on their gender) that I recently purchased at a national pet retailer.

I have gleaned quite a bit of care info from various sources including this site, but I have not yet found anything on the subject of nutritional supplements for bumblebee toads.

Any suggestions?
 

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Hello.

I'm new to the board and a new caretaker of a pair of bumblebee toads (no idea on their gender) that I recently purchased at a national pet retailer.

I have gleaned quite a bit of care info from various sources including this site, but I have not yet found anything on the subject of nutritional supplements for bumblebee toads.

Any suggestions?
I would supplement them. I would use dry and wet seasons... ;)

JBear
 

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I got a trio of these for my daughter, (and my amusement) I've had them about 2 months now and have been keeping them on the same feed schedule and supplements as my PDFs to no ill-effects that i've noticed. hope that helps.
 

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I supplement mine the same as i do my other frogs pretty much every feeding with calcium or vitamins. iv had most of my group since Feb 2010.
they do need to be Kepted a bit dryer the darts. Around 65% humidity
 

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yes, and they seem to do better in drier environments as eric pointed out. i give mine a water area to soak if needed.

james
 
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