Does anyone else have any Kassina Maculata? I found a poorly translated care sheet (which was better than nothing), and I really need some more information on the little guys. They're also called African Red-Legged Walking frogs. I bought one at Petco, where they told me to keep the temperature around 75 degrees. They said nothing about the humidity, but in the store they had the setup at 60%. I was also told that feeding should take place three times weekly with four dusted crickets. I'm feeding with large crickets, and was told that should be fine. I'm keeping the one male - I'm pretty sure he's male because he has these black scar-lookin' things on his throat which I believe are for the vocal sac - in a 10 gallon tank with some fabric foliage, natural wood, a rock dish, and coconut fiber substrate. Anyone have any comments on this setup? I tried to research this frog as best I could before I bought him, but "as best I could" is apparently not very well for this species. How do frogs respond to noise/vibration? The day after I brought hime home (today) some city workers started into the asphault across the street with their jackhammers. As stressful as this was for me and my family...I can't imagine it's helping my Kassina adjust to his new habitat. On the topic of additional stressors, Petco said this frog could be handled. I don't want to start doing that - assuming it's even alright at all - until he's more used to his new home. How long might this take/should I even handle him at all? Ok, well here are some pictures of my new frog: Why they're called "red-legged" walking frogs A nice little side view The tank (condensation is from recent misting, the humidity is at 60%) Comments please!