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Laatste Bericht 07 feb 2008 19:26 door 013
Hyla marmorata combination ?
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Thomas Ackermann



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02 feb 2008 23:25
    Hi everyone,

    I fell in love with this little treefrog and would love to keep it in my Showpaludarium (LBH 100 x 80 x 150 cm - see photos). Klimate and Structure of the Paludarium would be perfect I guess, but I already keep few Pumilios (2 cm) and Mannophryne spec.(3 cm) in that Paludarium and want to be sure if there is any risk of predatory.
    RANA actually has those little beauties, but to me they look like youngsters (2-3 cm). I could not get any reliable information about the adult size of these treefrogs - the range is between 3,5 and 6,5 cm, which would be to big in my opinion.
    What do you think - anybody experienced with Hyla / Dendropsophus marmorata and its combination with small gifkikkers ?
    If there is any risk of predatory I won´t do it anyway.

    Thank you for any information.
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    Thomas




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    02 feb 2008 23:26
    Another pic of the Paludarium

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    07 feb 2008 02:11
    I wouldn't know the answer, I just want to say VERY nice tank!
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    07 feb 2008 09:52
    Hylids are no known for being picky eaters. Plus: when 'food' comes along they will wake up and grab it. So i wouldn't risk it. I can recommend you Hylomantis lemur. These are beatifull small frogs that live alongside pumilio in Costa-Rica. I keep them with the pums too and am having no problems whatsoever.
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    07 feb 2008 17:11
    Hi 013,

    thank you for your input. I also think + 5 cm could be too big to combine them with the Pumilios.

    As far as I know Hylomantis lemur needs cooler temperatures (day < 27°, night < 20°) which cannot be realized in my tank during the whole period of summer.
    I heard that they are no frogs to start with without experience in keeping hylids - do you share this opinion ?

    Regards
    Thomas

    P.S.: FlyingKip: thank you

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    07 feb 2008 19:26
    In my opinion captive bred specimens are not very hard to care for. About the temps: with a big tank like yours; ik think the lemurs would be able to find their own microclimate.
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