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Posted by ginevive on April 11, 2003 at 11:32:15:
In Reply to: Thanks ginevive posted by EllasMommie on April 11, 2003 at 08:57:58:
sounds like a good setup; leopard frogs are fun to keep and they each seem to have a "froginality." they do well on crickets and maybe a few worms or guppies if you can get ones that are small enough. you did the right thing with the pyxie frog; they can get 9 inches long and would definately try to eat your leopards!!! they are cool frogs to keep tho, if housed alone. my main concern would be keeping the tank clean, changing the water at least every other day and removing frog wastes. your frogs are still tadpoles? it is fascinating to watch them develop. once they turn into frogs they are extremely fragile, should be handled with care if necessary because they are very delicate and try jumping away and can injure themselves. it is always fun though when they eat their first tiny crickets! heres a pic of some northern leopard frogs of mine.
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