I don't see any front legs on the tadpole... It might be a while yet.
I hope not! The front legs aren’t elbows out on these pics. They are stretching the spiracle out. Their overall shape is changing, but it has been a while since I’ve raised a tadpole, so I’m a bit fuzzy in the memory department.I don't see any front legs on the tadpole... It might be a while yet.
I love Azureus they are so blueAzureus. Sorry, no thumbnails. It was a top choice of two family members for our first frog, so I had promised them at some point. This will be a fun project for me. I realize I will probably be splitting them up in temp growout bins until I decide on the pair of keepers.
be carful about that bloodworm they have tough skin and they can get constipatedGave them a bloodworm treat for the first time today. Will they eat baby brine shrimp (once they sink to the bottom)? I hatch them occasionally for my fish. I might try before the next clean.
I'm sorry to hear that. Sometimes they just don't make it.Wow, it’s hard to lose an animal that you’ve invested so much time in and it was at the beginning of its life. Got home to find #6 dead. It had its front legs out, looked the same as the others. Just wasn’t meant to be. I buried it next to a blue tulip.
I'm sorry to hear that. Sometimes they just don't make it.
Yea, I kinda knew something wasn’t right. It was the one with the tricolor tail. Up until a couple weeks ago it was the largest and fastest developer, then two shot ahead of it. It’s ‘snout’ looked just a little bit off, but nothing like a malformation that I could tell.Don't blame yourself, it happens all the time
Yessir! It’s been bioactive for around five months. one of them is moving around tapping it’s toes and seems to lunge. Maybe strength training, lol? Both are out and about, haven’t gone into hiding yet.Correct. Are there springtails in the tank? (I'm assuming yes).