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RE: Red EYed Tree Frog DIET

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Posted by: rrrragdoll at Mon Jul 23 02:49:20 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rrrragdoll ]  
   

Well they need the crickets so you'll have to deal with the tank.

First block all the areas where they are getting behind the wall, I know that's a pain as they like to then hide from the frogs defeating the purpose LOL! Maybe you can stuff so cocoa bedding in the areas. Or you can use some great stuff or silicone but then you have to remove the frogs from the tank for a while while it dries and airs out.

Then I'd just do a routine as the frogs will get used to it and be waiting for the crickets therefore eating them quicker. I find that turning the lights out, then misting and then like 20 min later putting the crickets in works. Now they sit and wait for them.

Then for the couple that are "strays", I'd put in some food for them, fish flakes, an apple slice or something will work, put it in the open as that will also attract the frogs to them.


   

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