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Possible tad/froglet deformity question

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Posted by Ferriera on May 06, 2003 at 20:40:45:

In Reply to: Possible tad/froglet deformity question posted by Slaytonp on May 06, 2003 at 14:41:03:

Yea I say its definitely that. Only way to fix it is to feed the parents better vitamins personally I think dendrocare sold by black jungle is good stuff I would pick that up if you can.
Brian Ferriera JR
Plympton, Ma

P. Terribilis (orange)
D. azureus
D. ventrimaculatus
E. hahneli
D. tinctorius (Oyapok )
D. Fantasticus
D. leucomelas

::I have a question about a tadpole that just turned into a froglet. This one froglet while still a tadpole had his front legs crossed under his body. For the longest time there was a loop of skin holding the two front legs together tucked under the froglet. Iím getting worried because one of my other tadpoles looks like this might happen to it alsoÖ.. Can anyone make a suggestion?


:Spindly leg disease? I've just read about it, but I'm sure there are better updates than my information. Possible calcium deficiency in female? Patty

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