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Hello,

I was reading a book about Dart frog care the other day and found a passage about how using the coarse coconut fiber can be bad for your frogs skin. Meaning it is too scratchy and will damage your frogs. Is this true? Shoud i be worried because i did use the coarse fiber coco husk when making my background. If it is bad, what is an easy alternative to redoing my background? can i just cover it in java moss or something? im already planted and just waiting for things to settle before i order frogs. Im looking to order a pair of R. Imitators. I included a pic of my build before i planted so you can see the background clearly.
 

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IMO it should be fine. I would put plants on it, but I think the frogs will be fine. I have tanks in which I did the background with tree fern fiber, which is way pokier (I doubt that is a word) than that, and my frogs are always on it.
 
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