I wanted to creat an are for a pond in my vivarium and was thiinking about making the bank out of that expanding spray foam. Does anyone know of any spray foam thats non-toxic?
I hadn't heard of using this technique until a year or so ago, so I would be interested in hearing from people who have been using this for years. How long has it been used. 1 or 2 years without known issues isn't anything....10 years and I will believe it.Arklier said:Dozens of people have used Great Stuff for years and not noticed any problems.
What I meant when I wrote this was that it's an example of more variables to be considered. Not neccesarily a true statement that chemicals will caused frogs to not breed.Or simply trying to eliminate the reason, why frogs won't breed in an environment. I know people have been saying that GE silicone II or this great stuff are safe.... but some of their frogs are not breeding, especially the tumbnails... (smaller body = more impact)
Now which ones causing the frogs to not breed? Food, temps, place to lay eggs,.... these chemicals??
I guess what kyle is saying, is what chemicals? and do they leach out after it dries or not? no one has any proof they due. You could ask yourself does glass prevent them from breeding? does the fact that they are enclosed in a small territory? is it because of something in the potatoes used to feed their food? I would say the variablity in the ways that they are kept are infinite, let alone that fact your talking about individual frogs that probably vary a lot more than we can see/tell.Now which ones causing the frogs to not breed? Food, temps, place to lay eggs,.... these chemicals??