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Poison Dart Frogs (Complete Herp Care)-

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The poison dart frogs are some of the most recognizable creatures of the rain forest, famous (or infamous) for their spectacular colors and toxic skin. Additionally, they are often kept in natural terrariums in living rooms, offices, and classrooms, bringing a bit of jungle indoors. Caring for a dart frog or three doesn't have to be difficult, but it does need to be done right. Like other reptiles and amphibians, pet dart frogs need the proper environment and diet to remain healthy.

This guide is a complete care manual for the brilliant and fascinating poison dart frogs. It contains information on numerous species, both common and rare, including the blue, yellow-banded, dyeing, and phantasmal dart frogs. The eye-catching sidebars, boxes and photographs illustrate key topics essential to owners of these beautiful amphibians. Poison Dart Frogs will help your frog healthy for all his life

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Poison Dart Frogs (Complete Herp Care)

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OK Reference Review by Ramondo
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Contains some good information for the beginner. The only red flag for me was the authors do not recommend providing a dish of water or shallow pond for their frogs. They claim dart frogs don't need it! IMO, dart frogs DO enjoy the availability of a saucer or pond area of fresh clean water and often soak in it fully or partially. I keep my vivarium at 86% humidity and mist often, so they are not lacking for humidity. I firmly believe my D. auratus would sorely miss their pool of water if it were not there.
I would suggest readiing several other books in addition to this one, "Poison Dart Frogs" by Samples and Wattley is a good cross-reference. (Posted on 1/25/14)
This book is very handy when you are new to haveing dart frogs Review by dill
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This book is very handy when you are new to having a bit harder frog than fire belly's it showed me every thing i needed to know about Dendrobatidae's it was very help full to me when I was geting started. (Posted on 1/23/13)
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this is a great book. This is the first time I have read this book. (Posted on 3/17/11)

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