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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-20-2010, 01:18 AM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Wallace is eating well, very active but very pale!

Does anyone know of anything that could cause this? He's really active and eating extremely well so I'm confused. We take our parameters regularly and everything is fine as of now. Any help would be great!
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It might help if you told us what Wallace is.

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Im guessing Wallace is an ADF, from reading your other posts. Right?
Is it possible that he is shedding? My ACF is albino, so I cant tell if he is pale before he sheds since he is pale 24/7, but thats the only thing I can think of.
It makes sense for reptiles, so maybe it would be the some for amphibians?
Just a thought.



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If that's one of your frogs, he's probably about to shed . But maybe test your water just to make sure everything's ok.




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He died the water was perfect every day. I don't know what happened. My other darling, Sir Ryan, is doing very well though.
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He died the water was perfect every day. I don't know what happened. My other darling, Sir Ryan, is doing very well though.
I'm sorry to hear that . He might have been sick from the beginning.




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