Yes they will. I have seen frogs eat things that I couldn't really see. I could only see these tiny bugs if I really watched the frogs eat and followed their movements. Believe it or not, my tincs & leucs seem to really like eating smaller insects (including springtails).trimtrig wrote:
Now will the froglets find the springtails?
You can get natural charcoal just about anywhere that sells barbeque supplies. It is generally referred to as 'lump charcoal' and popular with people who like to cook over coals but don't want to cook with briquettes (read the ingredients list for a bag of briquettes and you'll know why). I picked up a medium sized bag at Fred Meyer for about $7. Even Wally World carries it. Just look for bags that say lump charcoal or all wood charcoal.FrogByte11 said:Since I already have some springtails that I got at IAD can I just take a container and add charcoal (I can get this at a health food shop?) some yeast and water and let them go? Am I missing anything? How long does it take for them to reproduce and get big enough to feed the frogs?