Heehee, thanks gals! I'm glad I didn't totally bore you with my enormous post! Gizmo, your first page is perfect just the way it is! Without it, I'd never have started researching on the fungus in the first place! Hopefully, just because it's here, it will be more likely to come up when people are searching for help. I know I've had dismal luck trying to find information online regarding these adorable little froggies, not just on Chytrid, but care in general. Even on forums dedicated to frogs, info on the African Dwarfs seems to be sparse. Not sure why, as they're so commonly available in pet-shops.
Dramaqueen, I'm a COMPLETE
aquarium novice. Everything from cycling, to fish, to frogs is a totally new world to me right now. I've been learning - as much and as quickly as I can, and have kept not only my fish, but my little frog alive for two whole months
*CHEERS* (yes, this IS amazing!), and brought them all safely through an accidental fish-in cycling process (I didn't KNOW! *cries*). Not only that, but poor Speckles also survived a very traumatic mishap with my aquarium filter while he was living in the community tank. All this to say. . . believe me, if *I*
can keep one alive, you can totally rock it! They're actually not that difficult, though they do require a bit of specialized care. . . but then, so do many fish! If you love them, have one! You'll be glad you did - they're fantastic little pets!
Calie, I'm so glad that your froggies are happier with Brutus out of the way! Isn't hand-feeding so FUN!
? It can get tedious when you HAVE to do it every day to keep the guppies at bay, but I was sooooo super excited the first time Speckles swam right over to my hand and started chowing down. *luffs* I just finally got my Speckles into his 5 gallon aquarium FROM the 10 gallon with 4 guppies, lol! I'm doing it in reverse. . . good luck with your newest babies, and keep us posted on how they're all doing!