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First pumilio froglet!
#1
I just came home for my lunch break and during my routine health and welfare check found this! My first pumilio froglet! This is from my trio of El Dorado SNDF. I got the females in February of this year and the male in May of this year...

What an amazing feeling! Smile

-Christian

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#2
Cool. Eggs are always still exciting to find, but for me....seeing a tiny froglet spring out of nowhere is pure magic.
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#3
I about messed my pants when I saw it... This is my first tank raised offspring... I'm so glad I have loads of springtails on hand!

-Christian
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#4
don't be afraid to get them onto small melanogaster ASAP. Froglets need superfine powdered supps in them pronto.

My eldorados morphed out big and were taking FF's almost right away.
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#5
This guy looks big enough for them... How long should I wait before pulling them out of the parent tank?
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#6
yep...I'd leave it in for a good long while. I am of the mind to wait until them are getting to be sexually mature - @ 4 -5 months, before taking them out.

use lots of leaf litter too.
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#7
Congratulations!
Always magic when froglets pop up.


K.
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#8
Congratulations! How exciting...here's to continued good luck.
Jim from Austin --- Lorenzo keepers PM me about a US breeding program
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#9
#2 is out of the brom!
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