No eggs since, and they dont seem to even go in the coco hut since I took the tads out.
The tads are getting bigger. I thought one had died but they were both wiggling around this morning. Im excited to see them grow. My GF was watching them and procaimed "eww, I can see their hearts beating".
I wanted to know when I should feed them?
Hey Stu, what do you feed em?
man i'm hopless i thought i gave you all of it,they get 2 varieties of tetra chips cylopsEEze,bloodworms,mosi larvea(both live... little tigers they are) they have a bit of oak leaf from the off,i give them algae based chips first feed(contains spirulina),and repeat tiny tiny quantities.I feed first aprox 48 hrs after hatch,but they probably don't need it quite that early,which is why i'm emphasising tiny quantities,what i'm trying to do is make sure that the minute that yolk is used grub is available.I do partial water changes daily at first,watch for a scum on the water...you have feed too much,water changes via a turkey baster.mainly aiming to suck out the poop.I watch for that poop,i know tad is eating,then watch for the water to really clarify,gradually upping the feed quantity and varying the diet constantly always monitoring the surface if it has a film ,i instantly back down as i have overfed.We use aldercone tea,and weaken the strength as the tad ages.Much watching David and constantly evaluating,how can i make this better. Initial water depth around 1/2" gradually increase this as tad gets stronger,when swimming well i give as much water as the glass will allow.Always remember David i'm a beginer there are guys your side of the pond whom have way more knowledge than i. Oh and water is filtered rainwater,which we collect after is has rained hard for a while.As with the last post no real problems with this method tis working beyond what i could ever have dreamed of.
A side note,our first froglet,i knew nothing of the dangers of feeding too high protien we gave it live food the minute it was able to kill it,growth rate was astounding,froglet morphed big and strong,i have backed off a bit from that,but said froglet is very big and very strong now,make of this what you will,these are my observations.
We were having a good long hard look today whilst the 3rd batch were feeding,mate they are all corkers,strong vibrant alert sharp to move and kill in all cases.
David we talk abit so i want to help me mate all i can,but,i'll repeat the fact that i'm a novice yeah i think we have a sound working method,my eyes and our young frogs tell me such,but there are so many froggers over with you, that i'm in awe of i think you should have their help,with these things,
bring it on hey mate