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Bloody stool.
#1
For the past week my azureus stool is half brown and half red. I'm not 100 percent sure if it is blood but there is a red stain on the wood where the stool was. What could be the cause? What could i do to treat it? Thanks!
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#2
Sometimes the red colour could be due to supplements - vitamins or even hydei fruit flies with 'red' eyes = no worries

It could also be a large hookworm load exasperated due to recent stress = moderately bad

It could be due to feeding food items that are large - bean beetles, some worms and crickets. Melanogaster fruit flies should be the food staple.

I would separate the frog if it is with other animals and research 'quarantine'
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#3
I feed them melonagaster flies. So if the frogs acting fine I probably don't have much of a problem?
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impossible to tell for sure without a vet and a fecal examination.
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