What Do Fire Bellied Toad Eggs Look like?

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Fire Bellied Toad eggs look much the same as eggs from other frogs and toads. The eggs will generally be grouped together and will resemble clear or white bubbles with a small brown or black speck inside. If the eggs are viable, they will begin to hatch within a few weeks.
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They like plenty of juicy insects like crickets. Another favorite is an earthworm or a wax worm, yummy! They can even eat small fish like guppies.You can find more information here:
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1. Before breeding fire belly toads, it is always a good idea to ask your local vet the sex. You can always try sexing them yourself but it is a bit difficult. Most males have sticky
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they can lay as much as 200 at a time! Wow!
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They should look like a bubble with a black/brown dot in the middle. Do you have snails in your tank? It could be snail eggs.
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The fire belly toad eggs hatch into toads. They normally eat small insects like crickets. Earthworms are also a common delicacy for the fire belly toads. ...
Fire-bellied toads can lay up to 200 eggs at one time. The fire-bellied toads will attach their eggs to plants or rocks. The eggs will hatch in three days. ...
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