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Raising Clawed Frog Tadpoles Easily

Discussion in 'Amphibian - General' started by big vinny, Apr 10, 2009.

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  1. big vinny

    big vinny Active Member

    Right I've been reading about raising clawed frog tadpoles :confused: Xenopus laevis some people make very hard work of this ,so here is my very lazy but very successful method. To condition mine to spwan I feed them blocks of fozen blood worm for up to 2 weeks they are in a 3ft tank with a depth of 8 inch of water a sponge filter keeps the water clean Once they go into amplexus the pair is then removed and placed in a seperate tank 10inch of water lots of stones plastic plants for eggs to fall on Remember they eat a lot of spawn they lay, once they've finished spawning remove adults . Place an airstone in middle of tank bubbling gently. When spawn hatches feed on Liquifry No 1 for egglayers gently touch the water with the drop as it comes out of the bottle near the air stone and it gently disperses feed 5-6 drops three times a day,
    Liquifry No2 when they get bigger and solid food when they change into frogs;) Have fun :D
     
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