Frog Question

iucandi

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Hey everyone. Thanks for checking out my question. It might be really simple but I just got into this whole frog thing and have caught the "frog addiction" already, haha. I have two L. caerulea (white's tree frog) and I think I want to add a Fire Bellied Toad to the tank. I wanted to do some research on it before I just went off and bought one without knowing the specifics...this is where you come in :) Because Fire Bellied Toads are poisonous, would that harm my L. caeruleas? Or are there any other reasons why it isn't a good decision to keep these froggies together?

thanks all


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Arachnophilist

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Generally itis best to keep species separate. firebellies are easily housed and I can almost guarantee if you get one you will be getting more of them.. I would just take the time and make a nice tank for the firebellies specificaly and then get a few of them.
 

iucandi

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Yeah, I went to PetCo earlier today and decided that first I need to gain more frog experience. I never liked frogs growing up, I thought they were gross but yesterday, when I saw these two baby frogs I just couldn't stop about thinking how cute they are. Anyways, thanks for the advice :D








Generally itis best to keep species separate. firebellies are easily housed and I can almost guarantee if you get one you will be getting more of them.. I would just take the time and make a nice tank for the firebellies specificaly and then get a few of them.
 

roach dude

Arachnobaron
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Yea would be much better to house them seperatly, they are poisinous to other toads, and can make the water slightly toxic, so def house seperatly!
 

mrbonzai211

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EDIT:

Woops, made the mistake of answering my girlfriends question. I think I will opt to just turn my head to the side and answer this one verbally.
 
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