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So I got my second lot of eggs a week or so ago
However, I realised my terrarium was too wet so I decided to tear it down and add more false bottom to it. Checked the eggs a few days ago and looked bad but thought I would leave them in just in case, and I can see them developing now :).
But the problem is having torn the tank down only to check the petri dish during (not before) the process I now worry that the parents won't look after the eggs anymore.
Didn't have any success last time taking the eggs out and trying to develop them myself so preferably would like to leave them in!
Sorry if that was longwinded and didn't make much sense!!
P.s. frogs are phyllobates terribilis
 

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You should pull the eggs and rear them yourself. Parental care is low with those frog. The most you will see is tad transport. There not like some other frogs in the hobby.

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Have pulled them as the male started eating the eggs (went from 2 fertile to 1) so hopefully all will be okay.
Cant upload a picture atm but the egg has a white sack in it with a wriggly black tadpole tail (awful description I know) from that how long do you think till the tad will hatch?
Thanks
 
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