I'm just wondering, is it ethical to breed this frog even if she produces viable eggs? Could there be some genetic predisposition that could be passed down to the next generation even if not initially visible?Hello Dendroboard
I recently purchased a wonderful breeding quartet of blue-footed Leucamelas. One of the females is... Well. The biggest dart I have ever seen. I spoke to the previous owner and he stated:
He got her like this 2 years ago.
She has acted mostly normal except does not climb, and has produced clutches of viable eggs several times.
One person I spoke to in the hobby said she might have excessive subcutaneous air and to consider/getting done lancing her... I am concerned about this and have not considered it yet.
I would really appreciate any advice please.