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   Reed Frog (?)

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Order: Anura
Sub-Order: -
Family: -
Genus: sp.
Species: sp.
Year: -
Distribution: Tanzania

Status: Currently trying to breed some. Any help on identifying this specie, would be greatly appreciated :)!

Diet: in captivity, they will feed on small Crickets, Phoenix Worms and Fruit Flies. Their food diet should be always dusted in multi-vitamins as they tend to grow fast and will have deformities if diet is not balanced properly.

Adult size: will update in time, ones my cultures reached adult size.

Though they have to have a water source at all times, they are quite hardy and can stay on the drier surfaces for up to a few days at a time. They are already almost 3/4- 1" long, and are still accepting Fruit Flies and really like 1- 2 week old crickets. Most of their time they spend in their water dish. I put some paper towel in side of the water dish, since they seem to like to burry them selves in it.

I observed them whether or not they are able to recognize a water dish with in a new cage. They ones that were put in the water dish first, always came back to it when get too dry. The other few that were placed als where with in the cage, seem to try to dig with their hind legs t try to find some moisture. It seems that unless they are shown a water place, they are unable to locate it, unless just by plane accident. This was also the case with one of my Dart Frogs that decided it would rather stay beside the water dish and dry out then go in it, as it was un aware of the where a bouts of the water source.


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