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RE: pyxie frog help!!!

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Posted by: johnnyblazekfd at Tue Nov 6 09:26:04 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by johnnyblazekfd ]  
   

most people keep them in a full land setup of coco fiber with a water dish, much easier to maintian. I started out with the 1/2 deal and quickly changed. For the most part, they love to burrow or sit in their water bowl. Keep their substrate moist. Some frogs are different, he may be feeling a little intimidated and so is always hiding. If he is a little guy, he should be in a smaller tank, maybe 5/10 gallons tops. They are usually voracious eaters and are not scared so give hime some time to settle in. heres a good messageboard to read up on..... Jon

http://fatfrogs.7.forumer.com/viewforum.php?f=4
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1.1.1 breeding pair blue tongue skinks w/ juv. offspring
1.0.0 Juv. Albino Bullfrog
0.0.2 Giant Pixie Frog (one juv. and one adult)
1.1.0 Clawed frogs
1.1.0 Albino Clawed frogs
0.0.1 Superlight juv Sulcatta
0.0.2 Fly river turtles
0.0.2 Savannah Monitors (one pastel)
0.2.0 juv pastel Columbian boas
1.1.0 monster pink pastel columbian boas
1.2.0 Hypo Hog boas
1.0.0 Hypo boa
1.1.0 Hypo boa babies, Poss. DH sunglow
0.2.0 Hypo poss. DH sunglow
1.0.0 Coral albino boa (my baby)
and
1.2.0 Pomeranians (the wifes babies)


   

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