Hi -- I was wondering if there was anyone who's been through a similar situation and might be able to shed some light on what may have happened to our African Dwarf Frogs. (Bob and Sue Ellen) About 3 years ago, my daughter saved up her allowance to buy an enclosed-system ADF tank from BrookStone. After we brought them home, I did a little research (googled) and discovered the environment in which they were living was inhumane. So we went out and bought a 3 gallon tank, some stones, blood worms, etc. Well they thrived in this environment, growing quite large and fat. Recently, I decided to upgrade their home to a 10 gallon tank I had purchased several years ago and had been sitting in the garage. Their old 3 gallon was getting ratty, and I figured they'd be even happier in a larger environment. Again, we went out and bought them new gravel, bamboo plants, and decorations. (I cleaned the tank thoroughly - no bleach or chemicals) About a week ago, I noticed the tank was developing quite a bit of algae, but I wasn't too worried about it, I was going to clean the whole tank at the end of the month. Then Sue Ellen looked like she had some algae growing on her. Her skin got very pale and appeared to have some black spots. Over the week she began to shed. I'd seen them do that before, so I wasn't too worried, but this time it seemed to be different and her eyes were clouded over. I also noticed she was spending a lot of time near the heater and was floating at the top of the tank. Yesterday morning, we saw that she was being blown around the tank by the current of the filter system. (I keep the tank only 2/3 full -- so the filtration system has a waterfall affect). I immediately scooped her and Bob out and placed them in the temporary tank they came in with some spring water. I went to the pet shop and they sold me fungus medication (victoria green & Acriflavine). I dumped a package of that in to the tank and I sprinkled a very tiny amount in the little tank they are in now. Sue Ellen is having so much trouble -- I've actually reduced the amount of water they are in to about 3 inches just so she can breathe. It's as if her legs just don't have enough strength to hold her up. (it's a miniature covered tank.) I don't understand what happened. My 10 year old is beside herself. We haven't introduced any new animals to the tank. We used spring water only. Could it have been something on the bamboo? In the old tank, the algae was green but in the new tank, it was more of an orange/brown. I just though it was the different lighting. Any ideas as to what may have happened, and is it too late to save Sue Ellen? Thanks for taking the time to read about our frogs.