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|04-11-2013 10:40 PM|
I think I want one
I'm thinking about doing 2 R. Imitator vertical 10 gallons, just cuz they're smaller.
|04-10-2013 05:03 PM|
Originally Posted by Soothing Shrimp View Post
|04-10-2013 04:57 PM|
|Soothing Shrimp||O never did get the dart frogs. My addiction to shrimping took over everything, but I still like following along.|
|04-10-2013 03:34 AM|
|pmcarbrey||I just recently started carrying dart frogs in the shop and I love them! I was actually about to post this exact thread (but three pages of going through useless search results brought me here!)|
|10-17-2012 11:56 PM|
|Nubster||Yeah, Dendroboard is a good place. I am on there under the same name though I have posted since my frogs croaked.....hahaha...see what I did there....lol|
|10-17-2012 11:09 PM|
I've been breeding Azureus for about a year now. It's surprisingly easy.
You actually do have to scrape the glass from algae every once and a while. My favorite part is how easy the plants are to care for. Snails often find there way into the viv, but it is usually beneficial to have them. The diseases that the frogs can get are often fatal. A diseased frog is more often than not a weak frog. It is usually better in the long run if they get eliminated from a disease rather than stick around because the owner is fighting for them. As long as the frog is healthy it won't catch a disease or infection and a healthy frog is very easily achieved.
If you want to get into the hobby make sure to get an account on Dendroboard. I've seen and received amazing and helpful advice from the people on the forum. I can also hook you up with some frogs if you have a vivarium ready for them.
|10-16-2012 04:15 AM|
|Crispino L Ramos||
Originally Posted by ylot77 View Post
|10-16-2012 02:39 AM|
|ylot77||You might be surprised at how many people keep and breed dart frogs. I've been doing it for a few years, and it's actually much easier than keeping a planted aquarium. Right now I've got 11 different species. Fun stuff|
|10-14-2012 03:14 PM|
|Alpha Pro Breeders||
Originally Posted by KFryman View Post
|10-12-2012 06:58 PM|
|Soothing Shrimp||Any dart frogs give live birth?|
|10-12-2012 06:31 PM|
I just got into darts about a year ago. They havent started breeding yet but are well on the way
The bugs arent much of a problem, but then again im only doing fruit flies and springtails. My isopod culture kind of crashed.
|10-12-2012 04:19 AM|
|Crispino L Ramos||AAPE (Arizona Aquatic Plant Enthusiasts) had their meeting at a member's house who owns Arizona Dendrobate Ranch - http://www.azdr.com/ . I was able to attend the meeting; he and his wife has a great collection of dart frogs.|
|10-12-2012 04:05 AM|
|Nubster||No, tore it down and turned it into a shrimp tank...lol...but now I am tearing that down and no plans for the tank. Might sell it actually. I briefly thought about turning my 40B into a vivarium and maybe give frogs a try again. Not sure though. It can be so costly, especially for the frogs which are often $40 a piece or more.|
|10-12-2012 04:00 AM|
Nubster that is an amazing setup. Do you still have the tank setup? If so you should try again, it looks like a great home for darts.
No but I know someone that does breed. I forgot the name as it has been a while, but they are the common blue. Starts with an a I believe. I can get them really cheap though, so I want to have them in the future.
|10-12-2012 03:49 AM|
I tried keeping them but they didn't last long. Unfortunately it seemed that I received sick frogs from the start and despite getting several different meds from a herp vet, I couldn't get them to pull through. Disheartened I didn't try again. Sucks to cause I put a lot of work and money in the setup. Here's a shot of their 75 gallon home...
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