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Hello All,

I am looking for any info on pododermatitis (foot rot) in Phyllobates species, particularly if anyone has personal experience or is aware of any published sources that discuss it. My understanding of the phenomenon at this time is that Phyllobates keepers report a propensity towards foot lesions that are believed to be related to overly moist conditions. I had a case with one of my frogs this past summer that I successfully treated with SSD and adding a rock and fresh leaf litter to the enclosure - it's tough to say what the inciting cause was though, or if it was truly due to wet conditions.

Please shoot me a DM (or respond here) if you have any experience or sources you're willing to share.

Thank you.

Best,

Connor
 
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