just joined, new to planted tanks, but not new to frogs so thought I'd chime in. How and what were you feeding the frog? It looks skinny from the pictures. Mine need to have a "plate" in their tank, I just use a small flower pot saucer to put the food in. That way they always know where to go for food since their vision isn't very good. I use sand now, but when they were on gravel there would be no chance for them to get the food as it would just fall through. They're awesome little frogs, although it can be a pain when it comes to finding a good way to feed them, but once you do you're all set.
That's good to know. She actually got pretty fat. I realized I had to over feed to get her to eat, which wasn't a bad thing as the substrate is inert and the decaying food helped the plants. Over time, I started feeding less.
I fed frozen blood worms most of the time along with freeze dried worms. I also would put normal fish pellets in but it wouldn't eat much of that.
Anyway, she didn't seem to have trouble eating, I wasn't around this tank for awhile (it's not at my house). That was only for about a week.
The thing I think may have been the issue is the tank isn't heated. I read that was fine. I have also had unheated tanks before. However, I don't have AC, my girlfriend does. The place gets really hot during the day and we blast the AC when someone gets home. It's only like 400 square ft so the temp dropped quick. I think the temperature fluctuation may have been the cause.
If I get another frog, I will take that into account. I also bought a heater for the tank. I don't know what the stocking is yet, we plan to figure it out this weekend.