I have a gelatinous roll of what I'm almost positive are eggs. I've heard a few different methods for caring for them, but last time I had eggs they only shriveled up into nothing. If somebody could explain to me the best way to care for these eggs so that they will hatch, it will be much appreciated.
The eggs should be transferred to another aquarium. After 3 days at 24ºC (77ºF) the eggs will hatch. For another 3 days, while consuming the yolk sac, the tadpoles don't move around at all. After that they'll begin swimming around, trying to find something to eat.
The tadpoles can be raised on finely crushed flakes, frozen or freeze dried fish food.
The hind legs will begin to break through about 3 weeks after the eggs hatched and the 'arms' will begin to appear about a week later. Five weeks after hatching, the first frogs will go through metamorphosis and will be ready to leave the water.
The froglets will eat any kind of small insects and larvae. They'll be ready to breed before they are a year old. The eggs of younger and smaller females tend to be fewer and smaller in size.
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