ah man.... that kinda stinks lol. i'd personally return them and wait til you're ready (and pick out the frogs yourself from a good source), but now that you have them...
I think that's a possible sign of an illness, can't remember which one. it could possibly be chytrid. but yeah, you're going to have to keep bleaching the tank after every lamisil bath if you want to kill the fungus. it's recommended to have two quarantine tanks: put them in one, give em a bath, bleach the tank they were in, put them in the other tank, and repeat. it's a pain in the butt but it's effective. if those frogs come from the same place you got your others, then they're more than likely infected.
if I decide to treat, which I probably will, can all three go through the process together? bath together, clean tank together, repeat? it would be too hard to quarantine them from each other.
You can. That's fine. I used 2.5 gallon tanks for quarantine with a pvc plumbing tee for a hide. Very easy to rotate between for the quarantine / treatment period.
Yep. After ten days of treatment the new frogs can go into their new tank. Use the treatment time to cycle the new setup.and ill only have to do this for 10 days?
Yep. After ten days of treatment the new frogs can go into their new tank. Use the treatment time to cycle the new setup.
In case it wasn't obvious, the treatment tanks should be empty of all plants and other decor.
You should also get a roll of airline and some cheap airstones that can be discarded daily. Temperature match the water. If you need to use a heater, be sure to disinfect it. Better yet, use two, one for each tank. The idea is to not reinfect the frogs with any spores they may shed.