Caresheets frogs, newts and other amphibians


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    Adelphobates galactonotus - Info & care

    The A. galactonotus is a big poison dark frog to get to 4cm long. Males and females are equal in length but men are significantly slimmer than the females.

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    Ambystoma mexicanum - Info & care

    The Axolotl is kept by many hobbyist and aquarium enthousiast. They have an interesting behaviour and appearance. In captivity this salamander is bred readily. And they are a great introduction to aquatic salamanders

  • Ceratophrys ornata / cranwelli - Info & care
    Ceratophrys ornata / cranwelli - Info & care

    Horned frogs, better known as the Pacman frogs are extremely popular and with good reason. These frogs don’t do much but the care is relatively easy, their appearance is remarkable and the food response is very amusing. Many…

  • Ceratophrys stolzmanni - Info & care
    Ceratophrys stolzmanni - Info & care

    The Ceratophrys stolzmanni is one of the smaller species of the genus affectionately also known as the Pacman frogs. Males are approximately 5cm long where full grown females are about 8cm.

  • Dendrobates auratus - Info & care
    Dendrobates auratus - Info & care

    The Dendrobates auratus in captivity is a much loved, kept and bred species of poison dart frog. This species adapts fairly easily to various conditions and thus become an easy kind seen even the novice poison dart frog lover.

  • Epipedobates anthonyi / tricolor - Info & care
    Epipedobates anthonyi / tricolor - Info & care

    Most captive E. tricolor prove to be the E. anthonyi. We will therefore in this short article talk about the E. anthonyi. However, the general care corresponds fits both species.

  • Pipa pipa - Info & care
    Pipa pipa - Info & care

    Pipa pipa, (Linneaus, 1758)That the wonderful world of animals is full of beautiful, strange and fascinating animals is well known. The world of reptiles and amphibians is no exception to it and is filled with species with…

  • Potomotyphlus kaupii - Info & care
    Potomotyphlus kaupii - Info & care

    Potomotyphlus kaupii, (Berthold, 1859)There are currently 205 described species of worm salamanders which are part of an ancient group of amphibians where little is known about. This is mainly due to their hidden lifestyle. Most…

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