Is it good to have substrate

snitz427

Chameleon Enthusiast
Forgot you got dart frogs, Very good point.

they should be called dart hogs. All they do is eat and wait to eat! Cool little dudes, though.

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suprdude

Established Member
@Andrew1283

Two words: dart frogs.

Where are all the dart frogs with bacterial and fungal infections?

frogs absorb stuff through their skin and are super sensitive to their environment. And yet dart frogs kept in a bio active “septic tanks” seem to thrive.
I kept my dart frogs for 12 years in an large enclosure with a plain soil floor. No fancy bio substrate.
 

jamest0o0

Chameleon Enthusiast
I kept my dart frogs for 12 years in an large enclosure with a plain soil floor. No fancy bio substrate.
This is where the confusion comes in, if they were on it, it would be bio. Almost any soil turns bio overtime. If it didn't you'd just see mold everywhere or something else unsightly. Or it would smell very badly. Technically when you buy a plant, the soil it comes in is bioactive.
 
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