Bufo Mania

Niels D

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Yes I know, there is an overabundance of groups about caudates and anurans, but I haven't found a group especially for Bufo species yet. There's an old Chinese saying that there never can be enough facebook groups about amfibians, so I made this one for all you Bufo loving mad (wo)men out there. Posts about other toads (like Bombina or Rhinella for instance) are welcome as well of course, but sorry people.. no frogs or salamanders here. Please add the scientific names if you post pictures or videos of your animals. Now show me those toads darnit!

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Bombina's aren't Bufonids Neils. :happy: But I've been stalking that group for awhile. :rolleyes: I'll join here shortly. Thanks, JVK
 
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    What are you feeding it
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    Red worms
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    Try various foods to mimic a natural diet. If your worms are dead, try living things for sure. My newts prefer live food almost exclusively. My eastern newts eat snails, black worms, baby brine and others. They are like picky children. Maybe blood worms are their broccoli lol
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    @axolotl nerd, rads, the cycle has crashed or the tank wasnt fully cycled to start with. Remove the animals to a seperate tank or tub, give 100% daily water changes. It can take a while to cycle a tank if its yr first time.
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    Hey guys! We had our first unexpected hot day and I was an idiot and forgot to put on the fan for my axolotl tank. When I came to feed her at around 7, I noticed the tank was 75 degrees!! It has never been this warm, it’s always a stable 67ish without a fan. It was only this warm for today (yesterday it was normal temps), and I immeditately got the fan on when I saw. It is down to 69 degrees now. Is my axie going to be ok with the increase in temperature for a day?
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    Oh that’s in Fahrenheit by the way, I think in Celsius it almost got up to 24 c if I’m not mistaken
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    Axie is showing no signs of stress whatsoever
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