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When I got home from work I went to go and feed and spray down my frogs and noticed one of my almirante collapsed in the corner of the tank. I have always had problems with this one since I got him in July. It’s been a nonstop battle trying to keep this little guy alive. Last past couple of days it didn't seem to be doing well and I guess it decided today was the day to stop fighting. :(

I tried to look for its cage mate but can’t seem to find him; I think he might be down deep in one of the three broms in the tank. I think I will continue the search tomorrow and then quarantine him in a container for a month or so. Do you think this would be necessary or no?
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Sorry for your loss. Sometimes no matter what we do, some frogs just won't make it. As for your remaining pumilio, if you know for sure that he/she is eating and seems to be in good health, then I say leave it in the tank. Some may disagree, but the fact is that sometimes moving a frog is more detrimental to their health than moving them into a quarantine container. It never hurts to have a fecal exam done, however. Monitor the frog closely for the next few weeks, and if it seems as though it's happy and healthy, it probably is. Hope this helps.
 
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