dwarf clawed frog not eating
During my years with the Bronx Zoo, I kept and bred 2 species of dwarf clawed frogs on a diet of appx. 80% live blackworms, along with occassional feedings of live brine shrimp, daphnia, bloodworms and mosquito larvae. Blackworms alone are fine, brine shrimp alone are not a suitable diet.
Very difficult to get them to feed from tweezers, and they need a great deal of cover, preferably plants, in order to adjust well to captivity.
Its difficult to go by what you see in most stores...the frogs will look fine for awhile w/o food, and they are very inexpensive, so new shipments arrive often...a great many die. They should not be kept with fish other than algae-eating species.
The fish you mentioned will eat live blackworms - again, best situation is to house frog seperately, if not possible, then feed at night.
A rare few will take tiny, crushed crickets but this is not a natural food item...they specialize in preying upon small aquatic inertebrates, and such should comprise the bulk of their diet.
Best, Frank Indiviglio