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Tinc and auratus - Can they coexist ?
#1
I just got two frogs, an auratus and a blue tinc. How well will they get along? Anyone have any personal experience?
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#2
not sure on that but i need 2 posts to start a topic heh
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#3
ive heard the auratus are good frogs for groups...but im not sure about mixing species
tropical animals are expensive...
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#4
Any one know if any other species go well together?
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Cuz Wrote:Any one know if any other species go well together?

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the short answer is.....do not mix different species of frogs.
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#6
Don't do it.
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#7
ok thanks. i now know the dangers. but what is the easiest frogs to keep. i know its all relative to the keeper but i mean generally.
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#8
sorry about highjacking the thread.
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#9
If you want to see a lot of action and movement in the tank then check out some of the frogs that can live peacefully in groups. Leucs are a good choice and have a nice loud call. Galcs, Auratus, Terribilis, or Tricolors are some others you could check into.
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#10
k thanks
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#11
You can house some together what kind of blue tinc exactly? Azures are really the only ones you can’t house with others but there is always the risk of a hybrid species developing so if you don’t plan to sell and have enough space some species can be housed together space is really the only issue if there is enough space there won’t be a territory issue
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#12
I am a noob and i just started my investigation on building my own viv. I was picking out what type of frog(s) that i wanted. Know i know just to pick a single species to raise. Thanx Idea
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#13
so many of these threads here....maybe it is impossible to hold back the tide ?
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