So I wasn't sure that any of my el dorado tads had made it because the broms I have in their viv are kinda small to raise tads in, but to my suprise I found this little guy
Yea actually you picked out the pair in January and thanks I couldn't have done it without you Jeremy, you weren't kidding when you said they were prolific the male hasn't stopped calling since I go them haha, I never did get them any bigger broms because I knew they had tads in the broms in the viv.That was fast! Didn't you just pick that pair out in January!?
Thanks James, I saw the lil guy walking around on some of the leaves at the top of the viv today, I think it has bee eating the springs I throw in there but Im not sure, good to know that I may not see him for a while and that they like to hide, how often do you think I should add springs to the tank? (general question not just for James, thanks everyone)froglets dont tend to stray far from the safety and security of the water they morphed from and will generally retreat back into the water if startled. this will last for 2-4 days after which the froglet will travel down from the brom and will likely become quite reclusive. im sure youll catch glimpses of it but the best possible thing to do is continue to simply ensure that there is a healthy microfauna population in the tank and forget about the froglet. in a few short months it will be hopping around the tank like a miniature version of the adults.