04-08-2009, 05:46 PM
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Make sure they are truly african dwarf frogs, and not african clawed frogs (which are often mislabeled as ADFs). African clawed frogs are much more aggressive and will try to eat anything they can fit in their mouth, which is pretty much everything else in your stock list 0_o;
Some bettas get along with ADF, some do not. I think that's one of those things you just have to watch your individual fish for. Some bettas get on fine with these amphibians, some of them apparently make mortal enemies of each other and the frog will end up missing fingers, limbs, eyes, etc. until it's dead, or it succeeds in killing the betta. Watch them closely for the first couple days you stick them together, and see how they react. If it looks like its a relationship fast heading south, then separate them quickly, and see if your store will accept returns on the ADF.