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What to do with cb man creeks, new pics added
#1
So what is everyone doing wiht their CB Man Creeks, or any of the recent import offspring. I have decided not to remove any until they are observed to be eating melonogaster (and then maybe longer). I have seen springtails go down but no melonogaster. I have only had the viv, for 3 days. They might be eating them now. I know their are lots of these guys morphing but how many are making it to nice adults. Thanks

Too update this old DB post i would like to say, now i have removed 2 froglets and believe ihave 3 more in the original viv.
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#2
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These are 2 frogs, that are still in the main viv. I removed two which i have not got a shot i like yet. The ones removed were the small ones, and they have fattened up. I think the most important this is a smooth transition from main viv to holding box, and a whole lot of springtails. I think these guys are a little better off than the other two, but i think they were originally.
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#3
Nice looking frogs, how old are they?

Mike
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#4
Not sure exactly , 1-2 months. probably not 2 but close. Got 5 altogether and hopefully get a bunch more soon.
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#5
Congrats Jace, nice froglets. What grouping are you keeping them in?

Rich
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#6
1.1
1.1
1.1.3(froglets)
0.0.2(froglets)

3 pairs in 3 twenty gal. breeders.
Not easy pics to get, but they turned out nice and i think the froglets are going to make i

How many of those crazy pumilio morphs are you breeding.
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#7
The froglets are coming along great. How are the 2 in the tank doing?
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#8
They (removed to frog box) are doing good to its just not as easy to get a pic . I think in many ways its best to remove and it others ways its best to keep with mom and dad. In the end i removed because even though i seem to always get into little arguements(disagreements) with you, i also seem to always agree with whatever your saying(on other post im lurking). So i thought i will remove half and see what happens. There was 7 frogs in a 20 and that might be a hair too many. Geck, have you morphed any of these, or just interested.
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#9
I have gotten plenty of eggs, and up till now I thought they deposited some of the tads, but I found a few roaches in their tank last week, and I suspect they have been eating the eggs/tads before they could be deposited. I haven't gotten any new clutches yet, but hopefully soon. I have some "FR" bastis raising tads now, they are in a 19qt. quarantine cage, I had a 20 high ready for them, but then they started raising tads. I may be getting a few more pairs of the man creeks soon. I don't want them disappearing like blue jeans.
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#10
Anyone else have anything to say about pumilio neonates.
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#11
A little thread Necromancy here too - 5.5 year old thread.....heh

pumilio neonates?

Recent husbandry talk is all about keeping the froglets in the parental vivarium until they are "sub adult" and just about sexually mature - or unless you see problems with the parents actively fighting with them ect.

It is very common for me to have 3-5 froglets in with the parents who at times, walk over them, jump on them, call to them to assert themselves or otherwise act "rough" towards them. This is not a problem, that I have seen. I have witnessed adult pumilio stand on top of a froglet for a while and then move away. The minute the adult moves away, the froglet goes about it's business and even starts foraging and eating.
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