Heterixalus madagascariensis

Discussion in 'Other Amphibians' started by Gll_Nye, Oct 10, 2016.

  1. Gll_Nye

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    This is the same female photos taken aprox 20 mins apart...

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    Sometimes they look brown, white, green or blue.
     
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    That is really awesome!
     
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    Think I might be the only one in Canada with them. Hopefully they'll breed
     
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    Hopefully!
     
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    I've bred them in the past..awesome frogs.
    There's probably a few people with them here in Ontario.
     
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    Hey Greenoasis Great to know that thanks. Any tips on getting them to breed? I have mine in a Exoterra 18 x 18 x 24 with water section.
     
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    No real tips to get them to breed,they are easy to breed.
    Humidity should be fairly high with good air flow,TEMPS: mid to high 70''s F
    They breed like most reed frogs...they tend to lay on over hanging large leaved plants that are on the waters edge.
    The more frogs you have the better the chances to have them breed.

    Good luck.
     

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