I have been keeping and attempting to breed Malaysian leaf frogs for years. The number of successful captive breeding attempts is less than 5 worldwide. Well, after caring for a 4.3 group for about 4 years, lots of speculation about how to trigger spawning and eggs, in cooperation with a frog breeder in OR and the Virginia Aquarium I sent my group from AK to VA just this week. The curator just informed me that one pair was in amplexus for 24 hours after arrival and they now have 200+ beautiful eggs!! We won't know for a while if they are viable, but this is still a huge step forward cracking the code to establishing this frog in captivity. I am so THRILLED and hopeful! Also a bit sad and jealous that my beloved frogs needed this long risky trip across the US to be successful. The most important thing is that they spawned safely and could become the founders in US zoos.