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post #961 of 1731 (permalink) Old 11-21-2012, 02:31 PM
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Yes adf's are legal in my state, and the plant is amazon frogbit which is also legal
Not ADF ACF. Are Amazons good in covered aquariums?
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Well, wow! You read ALL of it, lol?! Oddly enough, I've come across a few people who are actually TERRIFIED of frogs. Even teeny tiny have-to-stay-underwater frogs. . . maybe your mom is one of those? Regardless of her reasons why, at least you know that you'll be prepared when the day comes (and I'm sure it will!) Good luck!!!
Actually, my mom loves them! When I went to pick out my most recent platies, the store had just stocked a new tank of them, and she commented how cute they are! I would have gotten two, then, but at the time I didn't feel comfortable, since I didn't know much about them...
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Sad thing I hav never seen a heathy one.
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Really? Do you local stores carry them, and they're just not healthy, or what? The ones in the tank were obviously juvenile, but they all seemed to be quite healthy and active!
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Our pet stores have never carried them. Hallmark used to have them in those closed ecosystems with some food. They rarely moved.
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Finally have an internet connection that only argues with me once and a while XD So, here's those photos I promised! Most of them are of Skinny, since Tubby doesn't like the camera. In fact... all of them might be Skinny. He/she just loves getting his/her picture taken!

Also, with the young frogs its really hard to tell whether they're sick or just young. The froglets are usually really skinny with pale skin, so instinct tells us that's a sick frog even if its not. The activity is another thing altogether, though. When I got Skinny and Tubby, I specifically requested Skinny because he was the most active frog in the tank. Still is!
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Are they normally active? Carter when I learn how to use a camera will love it he is most active when I approach.
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Not ADF ACF. Are Amazons good in covered aquariums?
I've only had them in for a couple weeks, one covered one not, they seem to be doing well in both...but the non covered is a little greener, might be because im using different bulbs in them both. But they are pretty inexpensive and provide good hiding spaces for my females with their roots

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I think I should try and find some for my ten. Where did you get yours?
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From titolatino in the classifieds on here

10 HM, 3 HMPK, 5 HMPK fry
8 German Blue Ram, 5 Green Dragon BNP, 4 Albino BNP, 4 Calico BNP, 6 Red BNP, 5 Kuhli Loaches, 2 ADF, 7 Peppered Cories, & 6 Tiger Endlers + Fry
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