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    Very cool, are you gonna make a home for them?
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    ^ Already did:










    The tadpoles themselves: (On my hand)




    The tank is usually a light green when sun hits it, but today was an overcast day. I also have a bunch of pond snails in it.
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    good luck with these guys, i got a batch of 5 or 6 pacific treefrogs(not actually a treefrog through) about 2yrs ago and managed to get 2 of them to leave the water, one disappeared after about 2mo but i still have my female who lives in a 20g now, they're awesome frogs.



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    This weekend I will go down to the local pond and see if I can get some Pacific treefrog tadpoles or eggs. (This time not in a salsa jar)
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    Raising tadpoles is lots of fun; good luck with this project!

    Do you know what you're going to feed them?



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    When both species of frogs are small tadpoles, I'll feed them boiled pieces of lettuce and when the Bullfrogs start getting bigger than the treefrogs, I'll seperate them in 2 ten gallon tanks.

    I will then put about 6-8 treefrogs in 1 ten gallon and feed them small crickets, and I will use the other ten gallon to put in one bullfrog adult and feed him/her feeder goldfish that have been put out of water. Seeing a beached, flopping, defenseless fish is like saying "Come eat me!" to a bullfrog.

    (The rest of the frogs I will release into the pond where I got the treefrogs at, since I already see them there.)
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    Sounds good. Just be sure to use dark lettuces like romaine; iceberg lettuce is nutritionally empty. Other greens like spinach and kale are also good.

    When your Pseudacris metamorphose they will be far too small to take even pinhead crickets; plan on getting some fruit flies. The bullfrog will be big enough to take medium crickets when he metamorphoses. I would caution against goldfish as the steady food for your bullfrog; no doubt he'll eat them, but earthworms, waxworms, fortified crickets, moths, and pinkies provide superior nutrition.



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    I'll feed the bullfrog earthworms too now that you told me. (And any large insect I can find)

    Thanks also for telling meI should feed the treefrogs fruitflies when they come out of the water.

    UPDATE: It was very stormy in southern Oregon last night, so I put a bucket under the spill way of my roof and this morning I dumped it all in the 10G, so now the tank is full to the top.
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    yea, i had my treefrogs on springtails when they morphed out and until i could get some FF cultures going(very easy to do, my pair of cultures lasted my for a year and a half)



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