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New African dwarf frogs :)

This is a discussion on New African dwarf frogs :) within the Anura: Photo Gallery forums, part of the Anura: Frogs & Toads category; So I just thought I would share some pictures of my new little guys, also I think the larger one ...

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So I just thought I would share some pictures of my new little guys, also I think the larger one has the white spots behind his armpits (indicating he's a male?) but I'm thinking the smaller one is to small to sex yet? If anyone has any thoughts on this they'd be greatly appreciated :)
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Thanks for sharing this photos, the truth is that I love this species.
Tell us a little more man lol.
How are you keep the frogs?



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I'm a girl lol but after doing a ton of research on a betta site and knowing I'd keep up with the water changes and looking at aduadvisor I put them in my 5.5 gallon fluval spec 5 with my betta (which does have a filter and is heated to 78-80 degrees Fahrenheit). I wasn't exactly sure on their food as I couldn't find the specific food people recommended for the little guys but I had some "aquatic newt" food that seemed to fit the same bill in respect to ingredients and protein, fat etc. They're on black sand with lots of hiding spots in some fake grass and a fake drift hide and I have a bamboo and another plant (not quite sure what that one is...it isn't doing too well...) in the tank as well. Oh and they eat in a little feeding bowl to avoid any sand ingestion.



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