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I concur with Shawn's statements vis-a-vis breeding with a few additional comments. I let the male transport the tads to water now and I have a small custard dish nestled into a coconut dish that I can easily remove for tadpole access.

I tend to raise them now 2-3 per 16 oz solo cup. Diet includes frog bites and spirulina/chlorella. Once they show signs of elbows, I am currently morphing them out as shown below. The water level is reduced in the 15 oz. cup to about 1/2 to 3/4 inch depth and long fiber sphagnum added. They easily climb out when ready and I rarely see drowning.



I've used the slanted shoebox approach as well for mass morphing but find that some of the froglets will wander back into the water and drown. I have no idea why that is the case.

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Here is another pic you can use for this care sheet. Let me know if there are any problems viewing it or whatever ;)


 

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If you still need photos, here is one you can use:



I have more, so If you need/want them just let me know...

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