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post #1361 of 1731 (permalink) Old 08-10-2013, 04:45 PM
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She's taken to the castle, lol.


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I know I'm posting a lot but frog ate brine shrimp tonight and has a round tummy :) I'm very pleased! She's moving around more now.too
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in the castle photo she reminds me of the beast from the black lagoon. lol

Pancake started singing tonight.
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Lol!

Aww. is it fun to hear?
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a lot more pleasant than my clawed frog singing lol
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post #1366 of 1731 (permalink) Old 08-11-2013, 04:50 AM
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Quick question.

Currently have 2 ADFs in my 5 gallon with my betta. They're both small, don't bother the betta and vice versa.

However, is 5 gallons too small? Should I move both frogs to my sorority? (10 gallons, 5 girls)
Both the 5 gallon and 10 gallon are planted.

Thanks for the help.

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Cute head popping out, I used to feed him through there:



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I hear the boy singing at night all the time, and I have found their eggs.

Girl's name is Haste, and I'm reconsidering the boy's name.
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post #1367 of 1731 (permalink) Old 08-11-2013, 06:00 AM
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Orrrr should I separate the frogs and put them in 2 different 5 gallon tanks with a betta in each? I'm just worried about finding them and feeding them in the 10gallon. The females have met the frogs before and left them alone, so I'm not too concerned about that.
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Such cuties! Mar, you're definitely going to be better off keeping the frogs in their own tank. Not separate with a betta each, but together in a 10 gallon with no other fish (if you can). The 5 gallon is definitly too small for all three occupants, and I would be concerned with the sorority as well as the tank size there.
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THREE CHEERS FOR FROGGY PIC SPAM! ^.^ Sooooooo CUTE!!!

Mar, I agree with Watty - frogs always do best in species-only setups - and your other tanks are a bit too full. . . They are social creatures - though one frog can be kept on it's own, they do enjoy the company of others, so I wouldn't want to split the two. . . I'd be nervous about putting them in with the sorority in 10g, but you're right - your 5g is overstocked. Maybe time for a new tank!!!? They'd really LOVE a 10g all their own.

Bek! I'm so happy to hear that she ate! THREE CHEERS for CHUBBY TUMMIES!!!

NM - they can be fussy eaters, neh? Mine have always been pretty good about it, but won't take pellets, OR KRILL! OMG, they HATE Krill. Pellets they don't even recognize as a food source, lol. . .
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Could you safely keep 2 ADFs and a male betta (maybe snail too) in a 5 gallon Aqueon tank?



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