Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: Vinson Massif, Antarctica
I'm with Bob, if its kept properly otherwise, he should be ready to eat just about any time you want to feed him... but on a side note, many species of amphibians have toxic skin secretions. Most are not all that harmful, but to a potential predator species they could be. Using amphibians for feeders is a risky proposition and could very well be the problem, or at least a contributing issue. Also, they're quite prone to getting bunged up when fed large meals, he may need some time to pass his last one.
She sits in her corner, singing herself to sleep.
Wrapped in all of the promises, that no one seems to keep.