Uh... wow. I mainly feed my freeze dried Tubifex Worms and Frog Pellets...Akeath said:I feed a variety of frozen aquatic invertebrates to them. Frozen Daphnia, frozen Tubifex Worms, frozen and chopped Krill, and a mix of frozen Bloodworms and Brine Shrimp. You can get these at most pet stores. I thaw the frozen food in a little ziplock baggie of lukewarm dechlorinated water before feeding, and target feed for each frog with a turkey baster from the baggie. A couple times a week they also get Reptomin Sinking Frog Granules to make sure they get all their vitamins and minerals, and they really go for that particular dried food.
They are adorable but mischevious. I've had problems with them picking on and eating my tetras in the past.Akeath said:lol, I do get a bit obsessive about feeding a variety of food to my animals. In this case it isn't nearly as complicated in practice as it sounds, though. It is mostly a matter of popping out different little frozen cubes on different days of the week, the whole process is quick and easy. The frogs are super cute when I feed with the turkey baster. They stand up on their hind flippers with their mouths up facing the turkey baster and gobble like little pigs.