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Dendrodates auratus 'Costa Rica' / Dendrodates leucomelas 'Fine Spot' / Phyllobates vittatus
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Hello! I have a question concerning my group of E. anthonyi having laid eggs on a Dieffenbachia leaf, and what to do next. It is their first time so I am not sure if the eggs are all fertile? The male is guarding it, so I think they are fertile.
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Just leave them be and monitor the eggs. If they aren’t fertile you’ll know in a few days. Just provide them with a water source to deposit the tadpoles in and you should be good to go. This species breeds very easily and on the whole they need very little intervention.
 
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