3 years ago#1
Harmony
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I found one of my ADF, Digger, dead today underneath one of their hiding spots. While removing it I noticed white fuzzy balls in the aquarium. Is this a fungus probably? Should I be concerned for my other 2 ADF in the tank? What should I do? I have them in a 10 gallon tank ny themselves right now (except for a snail that snuck in on the plants)Any advice is greatly appreciated.

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Harmony

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3 years ago#2
Harmony
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I had meant to post this in the amphibian section, but apparently that went wrong. Sorry I'm new here and I guess I somehow goofed when posting.

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3 years ago#3
Harmony
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A second frog died today. I've done everything I can think of to help.

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3 years ago#4
johnarthur
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From what I can read, African dwarf frogs need a fairly shallow aquarium with easy access to the water surface. They also need places to hide and rest.

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3 years ago#5
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johnarthur wrote:
From what I can read, African dwarf frogs need a fairly shallow aquarium with easy access to the water surface. They also need places to hide and rest.


Thank you for the reply. I had this set up for them already, but I do appreciate the help.
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3 years ago#6
nexuslite
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Okay I don't know anything about frogs but does their water need to be cycled like fish water? I would think so. 25% Water changes every day or two may help them. And the fuzzy white stuff should go away after the tank finishes cycling.

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2 years ago#7
adf
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its probably the frogs food. mine does that too,i dont know how to fix it

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