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I think you would have to provide the MSDS sheets, as the information provided has nothing that indicates what is in the product.
 

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I would say don't use it, as the first ingredient on the list is an anti-microbial (BIT) and the second one of the list is a known biocide (MCI). It is doubtful any of these have any studies directly linking with amphibians.

That's all I can say. I'm not a scientist!
 

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I would say don't use it, as the first ingredient on the list is an anti-microbial (BIT) and the second one of the list is a known biocide (MCI). It is doubtful any of these have any studies directly linking with amphibians.

That's all I can say. I'm not a scientist!
Thank you for the information I won’t use it then. Back to the drawing board 👍
 

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If you are willing to put in the time and money for materials, you could make a silicone mold of the tree fungi and cast replicas in a frog-safe polyurethane. You can get a foam type (basically the same as Great stuff) or a hard-curing type depending on what you are trying to do with your tank ornaments.
 

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Im curious about this cool looking tree fungus. I want to see it!
 

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Searching the web (or Amazon, or....) for "shelf mushroom for reptiles" will bring up some commercially available options.

In any event, I'd skip the water "feature" for dart frogs.
 
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