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RE: Mossy tree frogs

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Posted by: otis07 at Thu Nov 8 16:05:39 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by otis07 ]  
   

Well, a fitler certainly will not hurt. 9 inches is pretty deep, that will probably be fine for adults, but not babies. Make sure there is lots of driftwood and such the frogs can get out on. If there is then drowning should not be a problem because they are such good swimmers and can stay under for such a long time. I know what you mean with the auratus, I got one and was a little suprised at how shy they were. I didn't see mine for 3 months and thought it was dead, but a year later it's much more active. If you haven't had yours a long time they still may get more bold. THey seem to take a while to acclimate. Haven't personally got stuff from Patrick, but heard all great things, plus he was the one who first started breeding them. I got mine from Aarons frog farm cause he's so close, but I think any CB ones would be good. Good luck!
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