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Thread: dwarf frogs?

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    I rwally want some african dwarf frogs. would they fit in with pleco, platy,gourami, what?

    also, breeding? ??

    tell me all you know about these adorable little guys!

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    Yep they should be fine with those. I had a couple many years back in a community tank and they are no problem. Just make sure they get a chance at food as they hunt by smell and not by sight and move slowly. They are adorable though, fun to watch them swim up for a gulp of air.

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    My wife has a pair in with guppys and swordtails,they have been doing great for over a year now.You should be ok,just make sure they get food.

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    feeding?
    someone said gouramis will eat them.. is that true?
    oh, and I know platys like salt... do frogs? gouramis? plecos?

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    She feeds them a specialized food for frogs.I dont know how gouaramis would react toward them.

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    gouramis should be fine with them, the frogs usually stay at the bottom, and the gouramis usually stay at the top

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    I hand feed mine tubifex worms i squish it up real good and put it in front of there face it's awesome but they of course can't eat the whole cube they only eat about a fourth of it but i just let my other fish eat the rest

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    Salt is completely unnecessary unless you're treating a case of Ich. They will breed in an aquarium, I remember seeing something about breeding/raising the critters a good while back. I'm sure a google search would turn up the necessary info. Keep the tank covered, they will escape if given the opportunity. Dried frogs aren't much fun.

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    thanks! how many shud I get? in a 20 g with a pleco maybe gourami, platy

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    However many you like, they aren't territorial critters. Just make sure you do get dwarf frogs, not African clawed frogs. Dwarfs don't grow very large, clawed frogs grow to the size of a softball and will eat smaller fish.

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