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craspedopus tree frog breeding question

blackxreptiles

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I have a simple setup here. I was told they can lay eggs in a small pool of water. I have large deli cup. With spring water filled up half way. With a large corkbark in the middle. This way the frogs can eat crickets at bottom. In case they fall down. Plus it would be easy to clean up if need. I was thinking about getting a small water pump and drill a hole on the corkbark so the water drip down. The pool. This way help with setting the mood when they are ready to start to breed. Or would a air bubble work as well? Can anyone tell me if this good idea?
 

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