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Hey, I have my first tank set up and I was wondering if it would be safe to mix 2 leucs. and a blue auratus. I have a 30 gallon and its pretty heavily planted with a waterfall and stream.
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I assume I'm not going to be breeding them, but if I get juveniles and they turn out to be a pair then would I need to move them to another tank?
 

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Yes, youd have to seperate them if you get a pair.

Just dont mix them, saves you the hassle. Beginners shouldnt even be considering mixing two different species anyway; consider the fact to keeping them alive first.

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Moe said:
Just dont mix them, saves you the hassle. Beginners shouldnt even be considering mixing two different species anyway; consider the fact to keeping them alive first.
I'm with Moe on this but I wanted someone else to do the dirty work first for a change! :!:

Thanks Moe!

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just thought I'd add..

As juveniles, the frogs do best when housed individually or at most 2 per enclosure. This will ensure that all frogs are getting their proper dietary intake rather than being pushed aside by a larger/older tank mate (even if the size difference is unoticeable at first).

-Bill J.
 
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