|# Posted: 26 Jun 2012 02:24
After some time, my first clutch of theloderma asperum tads which seems like forever finally are getting legs. There is only three of them. I have two tads three weeks behind them and five that are eggs. My Ceratobatrachus guentheri clutch was a dud. My females just dropped some more eggs, but again, they were not burried, so I think it is another dud, but I scooped them out just in case. Just thought I'd share, haven't been on lately, my plants are keeping me busy. I have a dischidia collection that's getting bigger every week and of course the frogs are keeping me out of trouble. We had a major rain slash flood in the area that took out a quarter of my garden. Can't seem to catch a break. It's either a gopher in the garden or mother nature against me. Hope everyone is well.
too many frogs to list in the allowed space