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Three Whites Treefrogs dead in the last month :(

Discussion in 'All other pets' started by Caranel, Apr 7, 2004.



  1. Caranel

    Caranel New Member

    well... i just burried my 6 year old whites treefrog, the third one to be laid in the ground in the last month. She was the oldest of the three. The youngest died first, then the middle one then the oldest. I also have a golden treefrog (not the poisonous little one, but a different type) who has survived and shows no signs of sickness.
    The one i just burried had a lot of redness on her usually white belly and all over her skin where it wasnt' green. There were also whitish discolorations on her back. I'm pretty sure she'd died soon before i found her because she wasn't dessicated at all. (yes i'm sure she was dead..)

    So, what i want to know is if anyone has any ideas on what could cause such a die off. The first two to die were in a separate aquarium from Juniper (the older one who lives with the golden)
    the only thing i can think of is that they got a bad batch of crickets or something. But if thats the case, why wouldnt' the golden die also ?

    if anyone has any ideas, please share them with me.


    thanks a lot

    caranel
     
  2. pompeii

    pompeii New Member

    I was going to say something about the crickets, but it seems you've already thought of that. I would suggest, if you lose another, to have a necropsy done.
     

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