If you want to keep any of the common North American toads as pets, keep in mind that they hide most of the time.
There are a variety of food items for your herps ranging from crickets to mice to bananas.
How to identify and care for mantella frogs.
The strawberry poison frog (Oophaga [Dendrobates] pumilio) is a member of the family Dendrobatidae. They are variable in color and pattern, and many morphs appear in the hobby.
The eastern newt can live 12 to 15 years.
Clawed frogs in the Silurana genus are smaller alternatives to the much larger African clawed frog.
Silkworm larvae, tomato hornworms, Phoenix worms, locusts, fruit flies, cock roaches--your lizards and frogs will eat them
Pipa pipa is one of the strangest looking amphibians.
If you are searching for a new amphibian pet or project, take some time to consider milk frogs
Colorful and elegant, the alpine newt (Ichthyosaura [Mesotriton] alpestris) is one of the most fascinating species among European newts.
Expert tiger salamander care and information.
Create a beautiful poison frog habitat in these 10 easy steps.
Expert care tips for the blessed dart frog
Expert care tips for Kaloula pulchra aka the chubby frog
Everything you want to know about the glass frog.
If your amphibian has white, fuzzy patches on its skin, it probably has a fungal infection.
The greatest difficulty in treating small amphibians comes from properly determining and administering the amount of drug required for treatment.
Identify the signs of toxicity in your amphibians and tips on keeping the toxicity levels of their water low.
How to prevent your amphibian from falling victim to crash syndrome.
To recognize illness in frogs, toads, newts, or salamanders, look for the following symptoms outlined in this article.
In larger terrariums, you can add a different species that occupies a separate area than Bombina orientalis.
Like many frogs, Bombina orientalis produces skin toxins that could be harmful and should be handled with care.
The oriental fire bellied toad can eat a diet of crickets and waxworms.
Tips on selecting the right enclosure for Bombina orientalis.
Habitat, feeding and breeding tips for Phyllobates terribilis.
All things considered, there are no good tankmates for the SUT.
If a frog or salamander eats but loses weight, has watery feces, or is active but eats poorly, parasites are a possible cause of disease.
Velvet disease, a type of skin infection better known in fish, also infects aquatic amphibians.
When seeking treatment, veterinarians specialized in treating reptiles have the general background to effectively treat amphibians if they have the relevant references handy.
Theloderma corticale are easy to keep, trouble free, and make great display animals.
Expert care tips for the spotted salamander
Care tips for the Idaho giant salamander (Dicamptodon aterrimus).
Care for the hefty, large-mouthed Budgett’s frog.
Although dumpy, White’s treefrogs are also hardy, comical and popular.
Techniques for keeping and breeding clown treefrogs (Dendropsophus leucophyllatus, formerly Hyla leucophyllata).
Can I keep reptile and amphibians together?
How do you test dart frog fecal matter?
An amphibian enthusiast finds success breeding frogs with a frog microhabitat.
Can you give us information on feeding and care for our American toads?
Pacman frog not eating, could be a result of hibernation or estivation.