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As an update: the frog is doing well. She's moving around, hunting bugs and evacuating. She rejoined the other frogs and the mouth gaping is almost nonexistant now. I can only assume she got a little hurt during shipping and is recovering. Thank you all for the advice and assistance. I'll be rebuilding their vivarium this Saturday and hope to post pics of that on Dendroboard soon!
 

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Well, i do hope there will be no more troubles, and in the space shown i really think the fogger isnt a positive.

Still, it cant be emphasized how important retinol A is. Very important to note he is able to shoot and seize his flies without difficulty.

A defiency in A has many effects including a breakdown of mucosal lining. Its not too far of a stretch to consider the mouthings you describe as a response though this is a speculation. You might want to research nutrition and the roles of the nutrients on the lable of your Rapashy supps.

Best wishes and health to your frog and you too.
 
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