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Discussion Starter #561 (Edited)
I always give a dry season from november/december to januari/februari but only for my breeders. I believe it's always beneficial to do.

For younger frog's it doesnt mather much
Agreed.
That’s when I usually do it as well.
(Nov - Feb).

I just haven’t done it in this apartment, with these tanks; so it’s uncharted territory for me currently.

It seems like these tanks dry out super quick, coupled with the lack of humidity in my home, and no real breeding to speak of ... that’s why I was considering reducing the break. (Just for this season. It would be back to the standard 3 months come next dry season).

I just haven’t decided yet if I will shorten it, and what would be the minimum amount of time to do so and still be effective. That’s what Idk yet.


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I think it would be a good idea to shorten the dry period if you want to play it safe. It is probably the best time to experiment for you and know how your tanks/environment reacts since everything is still new.
 

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Discussion Starter #566 (Edited)
Just got another tank put together.
Red Trivs going in this one. (55g)
(There’s some moss & plants that need to grow in yet).





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