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RE: Mossy tree frogs

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Posted by: otis07 at Tue Nov 6 08:02:25 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by otis07 ]  
   

sorry about the delay, my computer is broken. i would also suggest not putting them in there right away, wait until they are at least young adults. do you have galacs in there too? i wouldn't worry about the fish, they may try to eat a couple, but the deep water would give them a big disadvantage. i put guppies in the water with my three and they got a few each, but it took about a week for them to get the hang of it. i would get the frogs used to the deep water in their temp. tank. cause your water looks pretty deep. i haven't had a whole lot of experience with these guys but i havent' needed a filter. the plants keep the water sparkling. i have newts and it's the same thing. VMF are actually pretty similiar to newts, as far as their care. very similiar except for the cold temps. i have fish so i have all those test kits for the water so i tested it for ammonia, nitrate, nitrite, pH, ect. and everything was within the normal range, with a pH of 6.9. there is also algea, java ferns, duckweed, fig, and pothos. some of them just kind of appeared? i would say go for it and good luck! were you thinking of getting them from saurian?
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