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is my african dwarf frog pregnant?

Discussion in 'Breeding' started by guychickenman, Nov 15, 2005.

  1. guychickenman

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    I have three African dwarf frogs in a 55 gal fish tank with about 25 community fish. 2 of the frogs have really big bellies, and the other one is still thin, are these two frogs pregnant? What should I do to keep the babies alive? I have separated the two (possible lady) fat frogs into there own tank with just a few guppies. How do these frogs breed? Are they live bearers or egg layers? Thanks *BOUNCINGS :)
     


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    Frogs lay eggs.

    I would worry that your frogs have bloat/dropsy. How fat are they?
     
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    Hi, 2 of the 3 frogs have gotten fat, one of them has gotten really fat like the size of a large marble. how can i tell if they have eggs inside or they have dropsy/bloat? thanks
     
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