I went to the glass store on Saturday to have some tops made for some new tanks I've bought. At the store they had two dwarf African water frogs, which I originally thought were Xenopus laevus. I was discussing the purpose for the lids and how I owned darts. I've never had any frogs before my darts, and this morning the frogs at the glass store laid eggs. So they decided to call me. Like I said, I thought they were X. laevus, so I told them the scientific name and looked up some info on it. Turns out they're H. boettgeri instead, but I can't find as much info about them online. When I go to pick up the glass tomorrow, I'll let them know about the mistaken identity and give them some information on how to care for them. They had two of them in one of those tiny beta vases with the plants growing out the top. Can anyone point me to a web site that has info on the frogs, or give advice?