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RE: Red EYed Tree Frog DIET

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Posted by: rrrragdoll at Wed Jul 25 00:03:34 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rrrragdoll ]  
   

Sorry didn't see that you posted back to this one.

Just make sure that the silicone (door and window) doesn't have a mold inhibitor in it. You have to let it air out for several days. You can also while it's wet press expanded but dry bed-a-beast or eco earth to hide the damage.

I think the best way is just to make sure there is always food in there for the crickets, that you don't put too many in, and that you do it on a schedule so that the frogs are waiting to eat them; that way you will have less crickets running around uneaten.


   

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