Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Finally I have success!!
#1
Had these O. pumilo "solarte" for over two years and nothing. So I gave up and let the tank over run and just fed them. I was walking by the tank and I see this.
[ATTACHMENT NOT FOUND]

Then the next day I see this, times two!!!
[ATTACHMENT NOT FOUND]

The smallest little red frog I ever seen. And more on the way. So I threw in a ton of springs.

Patience is key!
Gabe,
TWI/ASN
Like Reply
#2
Congrats, good looking frogs!
And yes, this hobby is 90% patience.
Like Reply
#3
About damn time! That's crazy they took that long to get going again, congrats.
Scott Bryant
Like Reply
#4
Nice !...and interesting on the "delayed" breeding.

What is the composition of you Viv - how many broms and how many cans ? Did they have a wide variety of deposition sites ?

BTW, I still have those 1.1 Cauchero that you traded me a year ago. I added another female and have morphed out @ 5-6 good froglets. Thanks again !
https://www.facebook.com/dartden/

https://twitter.com/DartDen


"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana".
Like Reply
#5
Just a 10vert with cans. I let the wandering jew just fill the whole tank. looks like crap, but the frogs make it awesome.

Now if some of my other ones would breed !
Gabe,
TWI/ASN
Like Reply
#6
[ATTACHMENT NOT FOUND]
Gabe,
TWI/ASN
Like Reply
#7
Congrats! I love the color on those frogs
Like Reply
#8
Nice... Congrats!
Lets see that tank-o-wandering jew ... you got any FTS?
.Riko
Like Reply




Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)