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Surinam/Amazonian Horned frog C. Cornuta

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Posted by: rotarymagic at Tue Mar 20 10:16:37 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rotarymagic ]  
   

All right, I hear that these particular frogs are harder to keep than cranwelli or ornata... Why is this so? Is this just novice error blown out of proportion/misconceptions or is there actually some difficulty to it. I was warned not to keep darts because they are so "difficult" yet I personally think that keeping them is extremely easy if not one of the easiest groups of animals to keep considering if you set them up correctly the first time(proper humidity holding enclosure, proper ratios of frogs and/or species compatibility) then all you basically have to do is mist every few days(or have an automatic rain system for big ballers-just kidding) and feed them every few days.

On the important side of things, I want a C. Cornuta, but I have not found any for sale on this particular site's classifieds and I would also like some specific keeping information from those that have kept them successfully, Thanks in advance.


   

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