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The frogs don’t even attempt to eat this food. I got a bigger softer pellet at my local pet store they eat.
My African dwarf aquatic frog, Philleas Frog, loves this. We have a little feeding routine. With a loud greeting, which he seems to hear, I tap gently on his aquarium, he come to my finger, then I tap the container on the side of the aquarium, and he goes crazy with anticipation. A couple of pinches of the food, which floats on the surface, makes a meal. It's the only thing he'll eat.
Never any left overs after feed my two claw frogs this aquatic frog food. I believe my other fish nibble on it also
I keep a water garden outside my window and every year the green tree frogs lay their eggs inside. It's very enjoyable seeing them transform and jump out in a few months. For the past three years, this food has kept them healthy and growing and it doesn't mess with the water. With only an air stone, the water maintains a healthy ph, low nitrates/nitrites and very little algae (Japanese Trapdoor Snails help out in that regard) while housing hundreds of tadpoles through summer.
The frogs and tadpoles that my daughter caught over the summer have loved this treat!!
Very frustrating .
The food does not sink to the bottom of the tank where the frogs eat. I will just stick with frozen bloodwarms.
Sometimes they take a minute to sink but they do sink. I bought these for African Dwarf frogs they seem to consume them
and so do my fish! LOL It is very very small so be careful or you will overfeed.
My African dwarf frogs love this, they have not liked many foods, but this is a winner. It is small, does not cloud the water, and does not leave a mess in the tank.