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Got a pair, didn't anticipate this much production.
#1
What am i to do with all these offspring? I believe everyone that wants these specific frogs has them locally.
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#2
Species ?
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Imitator Green/"nominal" aka bunny rabbits....
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#4
a lot of threads on large production lately. Coupled with a slow hobby downturn, so-so economy and warm summer vacation weather = hard to sell common frogs.

Think about separating them, and wholesaling some of the excess.
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#5
Honestly, I dont feel the need to make money. I really like the idea of donating frogs to younger hobbyists to help keep them interested in the hobby. I have already traded one young man a tank with frogs for a whole hog......cant wait to get that and cooooook it.
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#6
Zach how about not pulling them, should slow them down a bit.
-Beth
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#7
Ditto, what beth said. Don't pull eggs and keep film cans in the tank 50-60% full of water. Imis will feed the tadpoles w eggs that might otherwise get fertilized and further exacerbate your problem.
Scott - North Dallas
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#8
I haven't pulled any eggs at all, just let them do there thing. 7 film cans and a brom.
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#9
Take out the Broms and Film cans - is an option to slow them down, then.
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