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I am thinking of having a terrarium. Frog, Snake, or Lizard?
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Joined: 16 Oct 2009
Location: Tennessee, USA

PostPosted: 2010.07.17(Sat)12:52    Post subject: Reply with quote

There are two different species sold under the name "bumblegee goby" and one does much better in freshwater than the other. The other species should not be kept in freshwater.

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Joined: 22 Dec 2006
Location: Wheaton IL

PostPosted: 2010.07.17(Sat)13:36    Post subject: Reply with quote

See? Now we're both right Very Happy
Trying to spawn Barbs and Clowns
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Joined: 16 Feb 2010

PostPosted: 2010.07.17(Sat)14:23    Post subject: Reply with quote

haha I guess so! hey do you know what species is for brackish?
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Joined: 26 Nov 2007
Location: Georgia, USA

PostPosted: 2010.07.18(Sun)5:29    Post subject: Reply with quote

I actually just recently finished my first non-fish tank a few months ago.

Back during November, I found a tiny southern leopard frog tadpole in a creek and decided to put him in a 20 gallon long fish tank I was using to grow out some western dollar sunfish. It began as an inch long tadpole, and I rarely saw it. I saw it a bout every two weeks and grew each time. When it reach 2.5 inches, it began sprouting legs. By this time, I put my fish into my main tank, and slowly lowered the water levels and created a half-land, half-water aquarium. I collected some plants, and then had my first non-fish aquarium. It was a lot of fun watching a tadpole grow into a frog.

Once the tadpoles become froglets, they need tiny live foods. I think this could be an interesting approach to keeping something besides fish in your aquarium. Plus, the metamorphosis gives you time to do some good research for your new critter.
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