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I feed my frogs last night and today about 5 minutes ago I started feeding my Cobalts and noticed that one was missing, I figured he was just hiding. I then went to feed my tads when I felt something hope on my foot I turned around and my male cobalt was on the ground. I picked him up and he was still a little damp but his eyes have specks of white on them. I looked up threads and this has been mentioned before, but well it go away? I've made a seperate temp container for him filled with spaghnum and some leaves as well as a dish for him to soak in if needed is there anything else that I can do?
 

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That's a good start. I would also mist him thoroughly and supply ONLY a few flies so you don't stress him any more. Put him somewhere quiet and out of traffic to minimize his stress.
 

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ok will do, thank you. Will the white in his eyes heal?
 

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Update: Its a good thing I found him only a day out because his eyes are going back to normal and he's very active and munchin on ff now :). Thanks for the help
 
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