- - Frog?
|verbosity ||12-01-2007 09:24 AM |
Is there a frog that can live in a completely water environment?
|tophat665 ||12-06-2007 09:27 PM |
And you can keep African Dwarf Frogs with all but the smallest fish - Like livebearer fry.
African Clawed Frogs cannot be safely kept with fish. Any fish that they won't eat will probably eat them. I mean, maybe Pacu or Uaru would work, but do you really want a community tank with some 5" frogs and some 2' fish?
Albinos are, to date, always clawed, never dwarf.
|verbosity ||12-17-2007 10:01 AM |
Alright. The salesman at Petsmart sold me a white frog that was in the same tank as the danios. He's really small (size of a quarter). You are telling me this fish is going to grow up and eat the other fish? How long do I have until he does that?
u definitely got a clawed one, im not sure how fast they grow but they will eat fish twice their size, so most fish already are at risk in ur tank
|verbosity ||12-17-2007 01:03 PM |
So at lunch I decided to root out the frog and put him in the quarantine tank.
Appearantly this guy was sick when I got him. He is no longer white. He looks like a normal brown frog. I left him in the tank, but in a breeder net until I can get some pictures and identify him better.
I got him at petsmart. He was in the same tank as the danios.
|Lindsey88 ||12-17-2007 03:15 PM |
the one easy way to tell between the two species is that african dwarf frogs have webbing between their front toes and african clawed frogs do not.
|SeaSerpant ||12-17-2007 08:47 PM |
Hi i have 3 african dwarf frogs and their in a 55 gallon tank with other fish. these don't grow that big will they.
|Lindsey88 ||12-17-2007 11:34 PM |
no african dwarf frogs grow to about 1.5 inches.
|verbosity ||12-18-2007 07:42 AM |
Originally Posted by Lindsey88
the one easy way to tell between the two species is that African dwarf frogs have webbing between their front toes and African clawed frogs do not.
Yay!! I have webbing!!
Will this frog kill my cherry shrimp population?
Thanks for the easy info to identify my frog.
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